Kamwendo handed a match ban for inciting violence

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Super League of Malawi (sulom)  has banned Joseph Kamwendo for one match following the allegation of inciting violence on 4th November 2017  match between Be Forward Wanderers FC and  Mzuni FC  at Balaka Stadium in Balaka in a TNM Super League encounter.

According to statement  by Sulom, Kamwendo and Vales Kamzere have been handed one match and four matches bans respectively for inciting the violence.

“Wanderers player Joseph Kamwendo and Official Vales Kamzere incited  Wanderers supporters into violence by proclaiming that, and promising to kill or at least render unconscious any one of the Mzuni team members,” reads part of statement.

And again, Kamwendo has been  seriously warned for such unsporting behaviour.

While two Wanderers Supporters namely Trouble and Njanji are banned from watching any TNM Super League match for the rest of the season for their part in the brawl and assault.

 

Wanderers  has been fined K500, 000.00. for failing to control the actions of their supporters.

Both teams have also fined K1,000,000.00 each for bringing the league into disrepute .  However, Wanderers’s fine reduced to MK600, 000.00 for facilitating the smooth and peaceful exist of the spectators from the Balaka Stadium

Sulom has also condemned  the tendency of few selected teams to allow their supporters to converge at the designated entrances into the respective stadium to welcome their teams. The tendency  believed to incite the violence at Balaka.

 

The match between the teams will be replayed but the venue is not yet to be announced .

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