Pindani axed at Malawi squad for indiscipline: Silver suspends coaches

Football Association of Malawi (FAMJ) has sent back Silver Strikers midfielder Peter Pindani from the Flames camp due to what they have called indiscipline.

The Flames are in camp to prepare for the Cecafa tournament in Uganda later this month and Pindani was among those players that were called into camp.

But when he arrived in Blantyre for camp training, he was told that FAM has communicated to the coaching panel that he should be sent packing for indiscipline.

Over the weekend, Pindani was not amused when he was brought in as a substitute in the 38 minute of their game against Red Lions in the TNM Super League match only to be substituted after only 7 minutes in the second half.

Pindani: Indiscpline

It is reported that Pindani and a section of the team’s supporters were angry with this decision and the player went straight to the dressing room instead of sitting on the bench and later texted an official that he has quit the team.

He also vented his frustration on Facebook.

This angered some quarters who felt that the player over reacted.

Silver crisis

In another development, reports from the Area 47 outfit indicate that Silver Strikers has stopped veteran players Hellings Mwakasungula and Sibusiso Padambo who are members of the technical panel from training the squad alongside under fire coach Franco Ndawa.

The two will remain on the sidelines until a decision is made by the clubs executive on their future.

Silver are struggling to spring up good results in the topflight league and are out of the Carlsberg cup.

There has been a lot of finger pointing in their camp with others accusing the players of lacking commitment, supporters being bribed to fix matches and fighting between the executive, coaching panel and supporters committee.

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