Football Association of Malawi (FAM) club licensing and compliance manager Casper Jangale says transfer wrangles between clubs over players in the country will soon be a thing of the past as clubs are now adopting the new FIFA players transfer rules.
During the 2019/20 transfer window FAM commended super league teams for adopting and using the Domestic Transfer Matching System (DTMS) for the player transfer with a total of 83 transfer being successful by closure of the window on 30th of April.
Casper Jangale has asked the clubs not to look back at the old ways of players transfer for the development of the sport in the country and has urged them to fully understand the DTMS which is easy and effective.
“During the just ended transfer window, we have seen for the first time our clubs using and adopting the DTMS way of player transfer which is a good thing as far as we want football to develop in the country and the use of DTMS will reduce wrangles between clubs over players.
“Players need also to be made aware of the importance of their transfer, if there is any, to go through DTMS which makes it easy for them to move to any club. Once DTMS is fully adopted, player transfer wrangles will be a thing of the past “, he said.
The 2019/20 transfer window has been closed with only two transfer wrangles between Blue Eagles and Be Forward Wanderers over midfielder Vitumbiko Kumwenda with the other wrangle also involving Wanderers and Silver Strikers over Nigerian striker Babatunde Adepoju.