Sulom lift ban on Bullets, Nomads

The Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has lifted the ban  they imposed on two commercial city giants Mighty Wanderers and Big Bullets on the use of giant  Kamuzu Stadium as their home ground.

The two clubs were banned following their fans unbecoming behavior.

The first team to be banned was Mighty Wanderers after their fans went on rampage earlier this season damaging property and rioting along the Kamuzu Highway.

Botoman: Ban lifted

Bullets were banned after their supporters  invaded the field of play with others throwing missiles into the pitch hence demanding an immediate substitution of the referee, the behaviour which nearly caused an abandonment of their game against Blantyre United.

However, on Monday morning Sulom President Innocent Botomani announced the good news to the two out-fits.

“We have lifted the ban we imposed on Wanderers and Bullets,” he said.

“The two teams are now free to use Kamuzu Stadium but they have to talk to the owners of the stadium on some modalities,” said Botomani.

Both sides have been left with two games to wind up the 2011-2012 season.

Wanderers have a mathematical chance of winning the title while Bullets are languishing at the middle of the table, not a familiar place for the sleeping giants.

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