Big Bullets FC have been banned from playing at Kamuzu Stadium and they will pay dearly following their fans unbecoming behavior which nearly caused an abandonment of their TNM Super League match against Blantyre United stadium recently.
The Super League of Malawi (Sulom) meeting on Wednesday found the ‘people’s team’ guilty on the violence that occurred during the half time of the match.
Sulom also faulted the Ndirande Township based out-fit for forcing the referee of the match Harris Kajawo to surrender the whistle and uniform to his colleague.
They also found Bullets guilty for failing to control the action of their supporters and officials.
According to Sulom’s general secretary Williams Banda, Bullets have been banned at Kamuzu Stadium for the rest of their nine games remaining in the league.
“They have been banned to use Kamuzu stadium for the remainder of the season except their Saturday’s encounter against Moyale because of short notice,” said Banda.
Banda also told Nyasa Times that Sulom has also fined the financially struggling club which has no sponsor, an amount of K272, 000 payable before their next fixture this weekend.
He also said that the club has been asked to repair TNM billboards which the supporters smashed.
Sulom has also ruled that Blantyre United won the match 2-0.
Big Bullets have followed into the footsteps of their arch rivals Mighty Wanderers, who were also banned to use Kamuzu stadium after violence in the game against Red Lions some months ago.