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SULOM Summons Nomads and Mzuni Fc

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The Super League of Malawi (SULOM)’s Appeals Committee has invited Be forward Wanderers and Mzuni FC to a Disciplinary Committee scheduled for Monday, 27th November, 2017 in Lilongwe.

The Committee has therefore ordered that the verdict of the Disciplinary Committee made on 10th November, 2017 in respect of the incidences at Balaka Stadium on 4th November 2017 during the planned match between Be Forward Wanders Football Club and Mzuni Football Club bes set aside.

According to ruling by the Committee, this is to accord the two teams 72 hours’ notice requirement as well as the charges as provided for in Article 36 of the SULOM Constitutionjustice

"Justice can only be attained if parties are heard by a Disciplinary Committee that conducts the hearing in strict compliance with Article 36 of the Constitution,” reads the verdict.

The Nomads Appealed against the decision of the SULOM Disciplinary Committee in a case relating to the abandonment of the game.

Wanderers contended that they were not accorded a fair hearing because some members of the Disciplinary Committee were biased against them.

“The appellant contended that the Disciplinary Committee made a number of procedural errors as a result of which the Appellant was not accorded a fair hearing.

“The appellant argues that the verdict that was arrived at by the Disciplinary Committee was not supported by any credible evidence,” reads part of the ruling signed by SULOM General Secretary Williams Banda.

Among other things, the earlier verdict ordered a replay of the postponed match and the teams were fined for the incident.

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