Big Bullets and Silver Strikers have cried foul over the amount of money they received each from the gate collections during their last Saturday’s TNM Super League encounter in Nchalo.
The two clubs shared K10, 842 each from K65, 070 which was collected during the match.
Silver Strikers treasurer Fred Kalonga described the amount as a mockery because they spent almost half a million Kwacha for fuel, accommodation and allowances for players yet they only got not more than K10, 000.
“This is a mockery to clubs and we cannot develop soccer if clubs will be treated in such a manner as far as sharing cash in concerned,” said Kalonga.
Kalonga was of the views that Super League of Malawi and Football Association of Malawi mustdo something on how best to resolve the gate collection distribution crisis..
Bullets general secretary Higger Mkandawire concurred with Kalonga that clubs are getting peanuts while security guards and soccer authorities get more.
For instance, security men were given K10, 000 the same with the clubs, while medical personnel received K1, 200.
According to a document sourced by Nyasa Times both Sulom and FAM got 10% (k4, 337 each).
Cashiers got K7, 800.