Be Forward Wanderers score highest in Malawi football club licensing: Bullets told to submit audited accounts

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers scored highly and qualified for club licensing having met all the requirement, as only six Super League clubs out of 14 also received their licenses.

The license awarded to Wanderers

The license awarded to Wanderers

Wanderers players Mike Kaziputa and Stanely Sanudi

Wanderers players Mike Kaziputa and Stanely Sanudi

The Nomads, who qualified in the Green Range Clubs scored with 84 per cent followed by Mzuni FC having qualified with 73 per cent.

“FAM has today awarded licenses to six Super League clubs following recommendations from FAM Club Licensing System Committee (CLS) which met on Saturday, 9th April 2016 to review the applications by clubs,” FAM said in a statement.

The FA said there were 14 files to be considered but  Chirumba Barracks which withdrew from participating in the league at the eleventh hour was not considered.

It said in Green Range Clubs: Issued with Licenses were Mighty Be Forward Wanderers FC having scored 84%, while  Mzuni FC  with  73% became second.

In Yellow Range Clubs, which were  issued with Provisional Licenses there are teams like Blue Eagles, Nyasa Big Bullets, Silver Strikers and Dwangwa United.

Blue Eagles FC , which scored  71%  were issued with provisional though their score is in green range due to non- fulfilment of Sporting Criteria.

For  Nyasa Big Bullets FC , which scored with  69% need to submit audited accounts, constitute a secretariat & have a youth development programme, while  Silver Strikers FC , which scored with  60% need to work fulfillment of Sporting Criteria & submission of Accounts.

Dwangwa United FC  having scored  56%  need to attend to Sporting Criteria & submission of Audited accounts .

For the clubs in the Red Range include Red Lions, Moyale Barracks, Civo United,Epac FC, Kamuzu Barracks, Mafco FC, Max Bullets and Azam Tigers.

Red Range Clubs were not issued with Licenses and ought to work on the documents not later than Thursday, 14th April 2016.

They will  be issued either provisional or full licenses upon submission of relevant docs & necessary set-ups.
Moyale Barracks FC were given  45%, as they  need to submit/ work on the following; Sporting Criteria, Submission of Player Contracts, appointment of CAF B Coach, provision of audited accounts.
For  Civo United FC  with their  35% awarded  need to submit/work on the following; Sporting Criteria, Stadium Safety Certification, Submission of Players Contracts, Submission of audited accounts, Submission of Club Statutes.

Epac FC  were given 28%  and they need to submit/work the following; Sporting Criteria, Infrastructure Criteria, CAF B Coaching License, Secretariat, Financial criteria.

Kamuzu Barracks FC  with  14% awarded  need to submit/ work on the following; Sporting Criteria, Infrastructure Criteria, Players’ contracts, CAF B License holder, Submission of audited accounts,

Red Lions FC is not spared in this section, as they were awarded with only  20%  and they need to submit/work on the following; Sporting Criteria, Infrastructure Criteria, Submission of Player Contracts, Financial Criteria.

For  Mafco FC they were given  20%  and need to submit/work on the following; Sporting Criteria, Infrastructure Criteria, Submission of players contracts, submission of audited accounts, Legal Criteria.

New rookies, Max Bullets FC  were awarded with 20% and given up to mid-season break to work on their shortfalls, while  Azam Tigers FC  with 18% only awarded  need to work/submit on the following; Sporting Criteria, Infrastructure Criteria, Submission of players contracts, Secretariat, submission of bank account details, audited accounts, Club Constitution) .

Meanwhile, FAM announced that there will be another meeting on Friday, 15th
April 2016 to consider granting of licenses or provisional licenses to clubs in Red Range upon fulfillment/submission.

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4 thoughts on “Be Forward Wanderers score highest in Malawi football club licensing: Bullets told to submit audited accounts”

  1. Zanga phee says:

    Osadandaula chilichonse chimayambira ku NOMA

  2. Zinja says:

    I think we don’t vibrant guys to run SULOM how come teams haven’t yet finalized processing the club Licensing thing as directed by the governing body and its mandatory aaaaah Malawi always doing try and error …… pliz learn a leaf from Europe those teams that haven’t done well should not be allowed to parcipate in this years season let six teams play this years league.Otherwise its nonsense

  3. zinja says:

    I think we don’t have vibrant guys running SULOM how come teams haven’t finished Licensing thing up to now and are allowed to participate this years season aaaaaaaaah Malawi always doing try and error…learn something from Europe pliz punish all teams that have failed to fulfill Licensing Certificate they shud not play let six teams play this years season otherwise its nonsesnse!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. therere says:

    what next then as the league starts this weekend?

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