Controversy over playoffs in Malawi top league

There is controversy surrounding playoffs involving three teams relegated from the top league who have been given another chance to fight for one place.

Wizards are having hopes on plays offs...Photo Jeromy Kadewer
Wizards are having hopes on plays offs…Photo Jeromy Kadewer

Malawi Super League runners announced for the playoffs to stretch the league from 15 to even figure of 16 as part of club licencing implementation.

But Dedza Young Soccer  feel that they deserved an automatic promotion having finished on position 13.

Airborne Rangers and Wizards FC who finished on position 14 and 15 will also take part in the playoffs.

Sulom General Secretary Williams Banda said the decision was made at an extraordinary meeting to involve the three teams relegated last season in the playoffs.

On the eligibility of players to feature for the players since some of them have joined other teams Banda said Sulom will decide.

“Those who take part are only those registered by the teams and are still with the teams,” he said.

“For those who have joined other teams such as Wizards FC and Dedza Young Soccer we are yet to meet and a decision will be made.’

The teams will play on round robin format and the overall winner will join the other 15 teams.

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Leo Chisale
Leo Chisale
4 years ago

why deciding late?How r the team going to prepare 4 this?What about the winning team ?U want it to b a relegation candidate!Justice delayed!

Steven lyson
Steven lyson
4 years ago

i like how wizard fc plays,its their chance.

Witcan
4 years ago

Thus total nonsense, we have a log table already, why cant they use that as abasis? Corruption at hand !

Lieutenant Gondolosi
Lieutenant Gondolosi
4 years ago

Effects of army officials dominating Sulom executive. They want Airborne to sneak back into the league because this is the only team that is still intact since its players are employed by MDF. We are now going to have a sixth MDF team in the Super League. I don’t see Fam, which has been advocating that there be only one military team in the league accepting this stupid nonsense. The issue of having an even number of teams in Super League started before kick-off of the just ended season when Sulom set up a task force to spearhead constitutional amendments… Read more »

Ivan Mark Radhakrishnan
Ivan Mark Radhakrishnan
4 years ago

And there you have ONE OF THE REASONS why Malawi Football is not going anywhere in a hurry.

johni
johni
4 years ago

The decision is new and can take any shape. It cannot be automatic for Dedza. That would only make sense if the rules were already there when they starting the league last year. Who know if FISD or Airborne knew about this arrangement they would have fought hard to finish on 13. As a new decision, it is the best. It does not put anyone at an advantage (which for me is bad) much as it puts others at a disadvantage

Tati
Tati
4 years ago

Why playoffs SULOM?? No.13 abwelere basi apa aaaa mwatani kodi?

Tati
Tati
4 years ago

Dedza mukuilakwira.They finished on Position 13 ndiye pali chifukwa choti adziseweleranso ndi akuchidonawo?

Mzozodo
Mzozodo
4 years ago

Stupid SULOM

Mbuya
Mbuya
4 years ago

Bad administrators of football they need to go for management training

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