Football Association of Malawi (FAM) through it’s club licensing officer Casper Jangale has started inspecting clubs to ensure they meet all club licensing recommendetions and has asked teams to improve where necessary ahead of the 2020 season.
Jangale made the remarks after inspection Salima based Malawi Armed Forces College (MAFCO) football club which will return to action in the TNM super league where they got relegated in 2018, before being champions of the Central Region Football Association (CRFA) league in 2019.
“We have started inspecting clubs, ahead of the new season to kick off on 21 March this year with our visit to MAFCO. The team is still organised despite having played in the lower league last year and they are in line with club lincesing requirements,” said Jangale.
The inspection has started in the central region before FAM officials travel to as far as Rumphi and Chitipa in the northern region to assess rookies Ekwendeni Hammers who want to be using Rumphi community.
According to Jangale, they expect to be done with the inspection by 1st March. Clubs have little time to put everything in place before they come up with the final list of teams certified to take part in the 2020 season.