Wanderers face punishment for fans pitch invasion in Carlsberg Cup glory

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers  face a breach of disciplinary regulations in relation to their supporters  who invaded the pitch after Saturday’s Carlsberg Cup final against Silver Strikers at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

Blue party, Nomads fans celebrating...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Blue party, Nomads fans celebrating…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

That calls for a Carlsberg ;  Nomads celebrating an equalizer...Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

That calls for a Carlsberg ; Nomads celebrating an equalizer…Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

The Nomads won the cup through post match penalties.

Soon after Wanderers goalkeer Richard Chipuwa save the Silver’s foward Mathewss Sibale’s decisive spot kick,  some of the escatic Nomads fans in their traditional blue and white scarves, jumped the perimeter face, leaving part of it dismantled.

Many fans ran onto the turf to celebrate the victory.

They managed to evade stewards and danced in the ground with some taking pictures with players.

Wanderers meanwhile  will face sanctions following the pitch invasions. It is likely they will receive a hefty fine.

Sports Court is reportedly to have asked Football Association of Malawi for a report on the damage on the fence.

 

 

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1 thought on “Wanderers face punishment for fans pitch invasion in Carlsberg Cup glory”

  1. MBAMWAWI says:

    MUMATI BB NDIMA KAPE KOMAINU BWANJI ? THIS IS TOO MUCH AKWAPULENI AKHAULE AMENEWO

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