Super League of Malawi (SULOM) president Innocent Botomani has appealed for unity and love among the newly elected committee which, he says, will help them effectively deliver and develop the game of football in the country.
Botomani, who assumed the presidency unopposed, told Nyasa Times in an exclusive interview that “the new officer bearers must bury the hatchet and work together towards developing football in Malawi.”
As a committee, he said, they have a huge task ahead to fulfil what they promised soccer loving Malawians in their manifestoes prior to the elections.
“Unity is a significant factor if we are to achieve whatever we lain out in the manifesto,” he said.
He said it was a challenge for him to be re-elected.
“It shows that teams have confidence and trust in my leadership skills,” said Botomani.
He further applauded the country’s media for reporting positively as well as critically during his last tenure of office.
“Please do the same for the next four years we will be in office,” he said.
According to Botomani, his main agenda during his second term in office is “professionalizing” the game of football and expanding clubs’ revenue collection base.