Bullets Faces Disciplinary Committee, Fined

The Super League of Malawi through its Disciplinary Committee summoned FCB Nyasa Big Bullets to a disciplinary hearing on the disorderliness that occurred on 2nd June 2024 during FCB Nyasa Big Bullets vs Silver Strikers FC match at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

The club was given two counts of failure to control the actions of its supporters and bringing the game into disrepute.
FCB Nyasa Big Bullets were remorseful during the hearing and accepted the charges with ease.

This acted as a mitigation alongside other factors that included Bullets formal apology to Silver Strikers and the payment of K6million for the maintenance of the bus, the truce with Silver Strikers supporters and returning of confiscated drums, training their own stewards to be assisting the team with security issues and conducting investigations to apprehend those that perpetrated violence on 2nd June, 2024 at Kamuzu Stadium.

Upon considering all the aggravating and mitigating factors, the disciplinary committee decided to fine FCB Nyasa Big Bullets a total of K2,300,000 (Two Million Three Hundred Thousand Kwacha) towards the offenses carried in the charge sheet in line with SULOM Rules and Regulations.

The Disciplinary Committee further recommended that SULOM should ensure that disciplinary matters should always be expedited by timely submissions of reports of incidents
and to consider the need for teams to independently determine the match security marshals as per Police Act article 115.


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