Premier Bet Wizzard have expressed concern over usage of Mulanje Park by other teams following a ground crisis that has hit Southern Region. Wizards chairman George Kapachika said the team signed an agreement with Mulanje District Council and among others they invested in the ground.
“I would like to express my concern following the high demand of Mulanje Park ground by Super League teams. What they should know is that it was easy for us to be accepted after negotiations,” Kapachika said.
“We signed an agreement which required us to make a significant contribution to ensure that the ground is in good shape.”
His concern comes after the recommendations by Football Association of Malawi (FAM) to ban Kamuzu Stadium due to poor conditions of pitch. This has led to most Blantyre based teams rendered homeless including giants Nyasa Big Bullets, Might Be Forward Wanderers, Blantyre United and Azam Tigers scrambling for venues outside their base.
Red Lions are also destitutes after their home Zomba Community Centre Ground undergoing massive renovations.
Nyasa Big Bullets face Civil Sporting Club in the TNM Super League at Nchalo Stadium which is not also in good condition.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :