FA Malawi EGM approves three subcommittees

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) Extraordinary General Meeting  (EGM) has approved names of The association’s subcommittees of Disciplinary, Ethics and Appeals Committee.

Fam President Walter Nyamilandu during the EGM..Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Fam President Walter Nyamilandu during the EGM..Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Sado from Beach Soccer making a comment...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Sado from Beach Soccer making a comment…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Some of the affiliates ...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Some of the affiliates …Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Jabbar Alide and  Sulom president Innocent Botomani -..Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

Jabbar Alide and Sulom president Innocent Botomani -..Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

The members of the three committees who were proposed during FAM first executive committee meeting in January were yet to be approved by the general assembly as FAM’s constitution.

Delegates questioned the composition of Disciplinary committee which it comprises of people of legal background  and wondered if it was deliberate and if the appointees were in knowledge of football rules.

But reaction to the query,  FAM executive member who head legal committee, Jabar Alide clarified that it has been like that all the past 10 years where the committee have had lawyers as members  and that the general perception is that lawyers are much aware and can rule in any wrangles of any field including football.

Apart from that the appointees were also football fanatics who have served in other football committees before.

General Secretary of Beach Soccer, Davis Sado also asked the executive to explain the difference between Disciplinary committee and Ethics Committee to avoid confusion of the affiliates and general public.

Alide clarified that Disciplinary committee functions are governed by the statues or disciplinary code of FAM which Complies with the FIFA disciplinary code while Ethics Committee shall deal with everything relating to Ethics in football and promotion of fair play.

It shall  also be responsible for drafting policies to promote ethics and monitor all activities of anyone in football association including FAM.

The names and committees approved by the EGM are as follows;

Disciplinary Committee
i. Arthur Nanthuru – Chairperson
ii. Allison Mbang’ombe – Vice Chairperson
iii. Ted Roka
iv. Khumbo Soko
v. Paula Caetano
vi. Suzgo Nyirenda – Secretary
Ethics Committee
i. Justice Sylvester Kalembera – Chairperson
ii. Bruno Kalemba – Vice Chairperson
iii. Charles Ulaya
iv. Noel Chalamanda
v. Dr. Wells Singini
vi. Suzgo Nyirenda – Secretary

Appeal Committee
i. Justice Dunstan Mwaungulu SC – Chairperson
ii. James Masumbu – Vice Chairperson
iii. Dan Mwangwela
iv. Felistas Dossi
v. Lewis Ulaya
vi. Suzgo Nyirenda – Secretary
The committees are mandated to do their work from now to December 2019.

Other subcommittees include players welfare, marketing and commercial, legal affairs, competition, technical and youth

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2 thoughts on “FA Malawi EGM approves three subcommittees”

  1. Ivan Mark Radhakrishnan says:

    How does all this ADD VALUE TO THE MALAWI FOOTBALL EXPERIENCE – THE SMART WAY?

    Who will track THE COST TO THE MALAWI TAX-PAYER of this ‘new experiment’ after Walter Nyamilandu’s engaging Ian Riley – another ‘marketing expert’?

    Can the FAM ‘president’ go out to Corporate Malawi – INCLUDING his employer Illovo Sugar (Malawi) Limited – and get all the financing for these committees? Or will this be added to the gigantic cost of his worthless ‘leadership’?

    Malawi Football needs INNOVATION and INCENTIVES to Develop and become Self-Financing to show Sponsors and Advertisers this is AN INDUSTRY TO PARTNER with.

    Can Nyasa Times please document the progress of Ian Riley starting with Day 1 to Day 100. I know he will fail. But it is time Walter Nyamilandu was given the bills to pay for his numerous failures.

  2. Ivan Mark Radhakrishnan says:

    @ whose expense?

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