Ramadhan faces FAM action over misconduct

Bullets Coach Nswazurimo Ramadhan is  set to face disciplinary action following altercation with match officials during their game against Silver Strikers at Mulanje Park in Airtel Top 8.

Bullets coach Ramadhan: Misconduct

Ramadhan who was spoted charging on Football Association of Malawi officials during warm up looked tensed even during the match proceedings.

He appeared to make physical contact with the official

Ramadhan was sent to the terraces by referee Misheck Juba for a quarrel with members of the officiating panel.

In his post match interview, the former Flames tactician  blamed the officiating panel for what he called unprofessional ism before having a dig on FAM for what he referred to as poor organisation.

Meanwhile, Nyasa Times findings indicate that FAM have requested the video interview which Ramadhan gave to the official broadcaster of the match.

FAM officials said Ramadhan’s  behaviour amounted to improper conduct.”

The Bullets coach however  has denied making physical contact with any official.

It is not known when FAM will take up the matter.

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siphelele mthembu

akutinso chani mu refugees uyu??????

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@ wilson square. Pali chani apa baba? za zii and waste of time!
Takafunsani FA za Wenger ndi Mourinho.


I now know where the bullets supporters’ bad behaviour is all from! maule, doing wat they know best!


akusowa pogwila achakulungwa..hahaha mtsileni NATO faini adziwe izi ndza munamuna!
Nyerere woyeeeeee!

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Kodi wothawa nkhondo ku Burundiyu wayamba mwano eti? Ubwereratu.

H Saiti

Nyasa Big Bullets performance was poor as I know in the past. Bullets used to put down football and single passes or one touch but Sunday they ended up with Airing the ball. Mr. Coach don’t blame the referees but blame yourself because of the system technic you taught your players. You fear to be sacked. Work up coach the season is just started we want good football.

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