Silver Strikers have asked the Football Association of Malawi (Fam) to produce evidence on a charge of unsporting behaviour levelled against their club.
The club supporters allegedly man handled a referee after their Presidential Cup game against Blue Eagles an act which is against football rules as well as contrary to Presidential Cup Rules and Regulations as stipulated in article 27/10.
The Bankers were given until Wednesday to respond to the charge.
Meanwhile, Central Region lower league side Master Security Services are yet to honour a K300,000.00 fine imposed on them by Fam disciplinary committee.
They were found guilty in an offence of beating up referee Roy Williams [who was again banned for life] during a Presidential Cup round of 16 match against Civo United.
Fam Competitions Manager Gomezgani Zakazaka confirmed in an email response to Nyasa Times on Thursday that Master Security indeed promised to pay the fine by Friday.
Zakazaka also revealed that his office was making arrangements to send evidence documents of the charge against Silver as requested the time we went to press.
“Master have indicated they will pay tomorrow (Friday) while Silver have asked for evidence documents which we are arranging to send them by today (Thursday)” said Zakazaka.
Efforts to talk to Master Security owner and sponsor Alfred Gangata proved futile.
But coach Benjamin Kumwenda confirmed in an interview with a local radio during the week that his boss had agreed to pay the fine.
Fam has become strict in making sure that all the laws of the game of football are being exercised as one way of ensuring that football is being run in a professional manner in the country.
This is evidenced by the enactment of the Club Licensing System.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :