Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have expressed concern on the ongoing wrangles with archrivals Nyasa Bullets over the transfer of Jaffalie Chande.
Chande has been at the centre of controversy following his move to dump Bullets for the Nomads.
Wanderers General Secretary Mike Butao expressed his concern after the former Epac United player was summoned by Blantyre Police to be questioned over the alleged forgery of his contract.
Blantyre Police spokesperson Elizabeth Divala confirmed that the player was summoned over the matter saying if investigations would prove him wrong he would be arrested.
But Butao faulted the Police action as the matter is being investigated by Football Association of Malawi.
“What is happening is unfair to the player. Why should the Police summon him at this stage while FAM is handling the issue,” Butao said.
“This is harassment. I don’t know why Bullets are doing this.”
Bullets or Chande face forgery charges as both parties presented to FAM different contracts with team indicating that the contract will run up to 18 August while the player claims that his contract had run out February this year.
Wanderers offered to buy out the contract at K800,000 which made Bullets to react that the player was still under contract.