Capital city giants Silver Strikers football club says they need clear explanation from football association of Malawi (FAM) competitions committee over the fine which the team has been charged for being found guilty after causing violence and hatred during the 2019 FISD challenge cup semifinal match against Blue Eagles.
The central bankers have been fined K2.9 million for the incident which happened in November last year at Civo stadium and according to the CEO of the club Thokozani Chimbali the club is waiting for advice from their legal team on how to handle the case.
“We have accepted the fine and what we went wrong has been stated in the fine statement which has been sent to us and we have given the case to our legal team for advice as we can’t just go for an appeal before being advised by our legal team to do so but that’s an option which has been given by FAM if we are not satisfied with the judgement,” said Chimbali.
This is the second punishment the reserve bank sponsored side has received from FAM this year after it was found guilty for breaching the transfer negotiations of Nigerian striker Babatunde Adepoju whom they had bought from Wanderers only to reverse the decision after everything was sealed and they were charged a K8 million fine.
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