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Malawi Flames leave on Thursday for COSAFA Cup as 18-member squad named

Jack and ChimodziBLANTYRE (MaraviPost)--The Malawi national football team leave the country on Thursday for South Africa for the 2015 Cosafa Cup.

The team will fly out in the morning and is expected to train in South Africa later in the evening.

Bullets duck K15m coach Ramadhan lawsuit

Big BulletsBig Bullets backtracked on their intention to terminate the services of Burundian coach Nsazwirwimo Ramadhan to avoid a lawsuit in the region of K14.5 million.

Bullets stakeholders held in Lilongwe a month ago unanimously endorsed to sack Ramadhan because the team was scared of his huge salary and the dubious process on his appointment.

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TNM Super League: Surestream owner says Mponda is pivotal to the club

Malawi FootballSurestream FC board chairperson Chris Pitman has said he could not accept the resignation of Technical Director Peter Mponda because he is the driving force of the team. 

Pitman said this in the wake of Mponda’s decision to resign.

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TNM Super League: Red Lions fined K3.6 million for misconduct

Malawi FootballVERDICT ON RED LIONS FC MISCONDUCT AFTER ITS GAME AGAINST SURESTREAM FC ON 10th MAY 2015 AT KAMUZU STADIUM

At the disciplinary committee meetings held on 13th May 2015 on the misconducts that occurred after the match between Red Lions FC and Surestream FC on 10th May 2015 at Kamuzu Stadium, the Disciplinary Committee found that Red Lions FC was in breach of conduct, rules and regulations of SULOM as stipulated in articles of the Super League of Malawi constitution and FIFA disciplinary code on the following charges:

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Sulom finds Red Lions responsible for fracas

Malawi SportsIn a verdict dated 10 May, Sulom Sulom said Red Lions and players were guilty of three offences breached the rules and regulations of not only the association but also the world football governing body Fifa disciplinary code of conduct.

The charges included failure to to control the actions of its players, officials and supporters who assaulted the officiating personnel and the general public as stipulated in Article 21.3 Rules and Regulations of the TNM Super League, players behaved in a manner which brought SULOM and its sponsors TNM into disrepute and the fracas breached peace of general public.

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