Mzuni FC recrowned north champs, promoted to Malawi Super League

Northern Region Premier League side Mzuzu University Football Club has again been crowned champions and promoted to the TNM Super League after Kaporo Stars shunned the second replay ordered by Football Association of Malawi (Fam) disciplinary committee.

Mzuni FC players
Mzuni FC players

Fam ordered a fresh replay of the disputed game after Kaporo appealed to the association against Northern Region Football Association’s ruling declaring them Simama league champs .

However, Kaporo attempted to appeal against the ruling and also told Fam that it could not raise a team to play Mzuni in Mzimba.

Kaporo even went ahead ot obtain a court injunction on Friday stopping Fam from organising the replay.

However, Mzuni had the injunction vacated by Saturday paving way for the game to be played in Mzimba and they turned up the game.

Fam’s official Casper Jangale said: “The referee waited for the stipulated time for the teams to pitch up and after the time expired, he blew the whistle to mark the end of the game in favour of Mzuni since Kaporo did not show up.”

Mzuni now join Surestream FC and Dedza Young Soccer in the TNM Super League.

Pannar Seed Malawi Limited officially committed to be a full sponsor of the side.

According to Pannar Seed Malawi Limited managing director Nicholas Bennett, the company will be providing Mzuni FC with jerseys, socks, boots and fuel for the team’s sojourn.

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Frazer kamanga
6 years ago

A Kaporo sakuziwa chomwe akupanga

brick force 9“
brick force 9“
6 years ago

Imwe wakukapolo kakoleninge waka somba uko

Lupanga
6 years ago

Welcome another bunch of wheeping boys! Tigawe ma point mosaona nkhope

Moses
6 years ago

Imwe wamzuni palije icho muchitengepo ndipo palije game iyo muwinengepo musupalig,viyana waka kuti mutchaye waka simama mbweni muviwonenge.uchindere pela ise takhumbaka basilikali wanjire watilembeko ntchito,tione pala muyendenge mumaseko kuti mukatole maplaye kuti wasambirenge nakutchaya bola pa Mzuni pinu apo.

Karo gaii
6 years ago

NRFR & FAM have all been bribed by a so called MZUNI but my worry is,as we, kaporo r taking the matter to CAF r these who handled the case not be shaken up on there chairs?ndi zawo izo!

Gospel Dannayo
Gospel Dannayo
6 years ago

zikuvutani

KALIKENE
KALIKENE
6 years ago

Kaporo U Were Right But Bcoz Of Injuction Vacation mmmmmmmm Lets Wait And See

luso
luso
6 years ago

The problem z lack of expartism by fam nrfs has been failing to manege footbal in north but u r stil using them mpira uzativutabe basi.katangale ufamuko ndi nonse mumayendetsa mpira.anthu omwe alibe abale awo,omwe samakupatsani ziphuphu amakhala adani anu zikulowetsabe mpira pansi in the country. Mwatopetsa mzuni yobelekedwaa ngati imeneyo ingatani musupa lig?sorry to step on you toes after all we agree to disagree

Member
Member
6 years ago

Kaprlo were not just stubborn for themselves. behind them there is a team which has been sponsering their rudness. Who ever advised kaporo is not a good adviser. I hear a legal expert was involved .Does the lawyer understand football rules?

Now to FAM officials. Do not poke too much into the affairs of your affiliates. You should have digested the motive behind Kaporo’s argument . What I see here is the supremacy of the Northern region league officials over FAM officials. Why? The decision passed by FAM just exactly what the North officials did. What a waste of resources

duduzi
6 years ago

Tiwona ngati mulimbe, sukulu plus mpira ????? Tiwonera inu!!!!!! ndi SOCIALS imeneyitu… anzanu mpira ndintchito…….. amalipidwa. Ndiye iwe student, ukatraine, ukamenye game ukalembe assignment, ukapange mapracticals, ukalembe research etc……kayatu??? Mwayishosha nokha, kunakakhala ku UNIMA(No 99 in the world?) anakakuwidani …koma poti ndi MSUNI/MZUNI ayi tayesani tiwone……koma musadzanene kuti sitinakuwuzeni!!!!!

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