Football Association of Malawi (FAM) risk been fined by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) following it’s supporters misconduct during the Flames final Afcon qualifying match against Morocco played on Friday at the Bingu national Stadium (BNS) in Lilongwe.
Flames supporters acted angrily by throwing bottles of water into the field of play in protest to some of the referees decisions towards the end of the match.
Flames Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O) Alfred Gift Gunda has since strongly condemned the unsporting behavior displayed by Flames supporters on Friday.
“These things call for sanctions and and should not be repeated at any point” said Gunda.
Gunda further reminded the supporters to always respect the referees decision.
Meanwhile, Gunda has called for collective efforts in making sure that the performance of Flames improves for better.
Friday’s match between Flames and Atlas Lions of Morocco ended in a 0-0 draw.
Flames Belgian tactician Ronny Van Geneugden (RVG) maintains the performance of the team has greatly improved since he took over some two year ago.
The coach says he is still building a future senior Flames team.
So far Flames has managed only two wins, 11 draws and eight loses under RVG