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Are teams neglecting Carsburg and FISD Challenge Cup charges?

Are teams neglecting Carsburg and FISD Challenge Cup charges?
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It is four days now after The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) charged Be Forward Wanderers, Civil Sporting Club, Masters Security FC and some individuals for misconduct in the competitions’ games.

This is contrary to what FAM instructed the teams; thus to respond to the charges in 48 hours (2 days).

The statement indicated that: “All the parties were served with the charges on Thursday 1st November 2018 and given 48 hours upon receipt of their letters to respond to the charges accordingly”.

The following were the charges:

Carlsberg Cup

  1. Be Forward Wanderers FC have been charged with three counts of misconduct in relation to their match against Master Security FC in the Carlsberg Cup Final on 20th October 2018 at the Kamuzu Stadium as
    follows:
  2. i) Failure to take precautionary measures to control their supporters who blocked Masters Security FC team bus from using the Kamuzu Stadium main entrance and hence delaying match organisation
    procedures contrary to articles 24.1 and 24.12 of the Carlsberg Cup Rules and Regulations.
  3. ii) Failure to take precautionary measures to control their official Security Officer Mr Mabvuto Kumsowa from insulting and beating a FAM Official as well as interfering with Match organisation protocol contrary to articles 24.1 and 24.11 and 24.12 of the Carlsberg Cup Rules and Regulations.

iii) Bringing the game of football into disrepute for failure to take precautionary measures to control their supporters namely Mr. Gomani Goba, Mr. Upile Sapangwa, Mr. Lloyd Makondanje, Mr.Batumeyo Chimpango, Mr. Meke Rabson and Mr. Mervin Nkunika from sleeping at the Kamuzu Stadium and tampering with the field of play on the eve of the said match contrary to articles 24.1 and 24.9 and 24.21 of the Carlsberg Cup Rules and Regulations.

  1. Be Forward Wanderers Security officer Mr. Mabvuto Kumsowa has been charged for:
  2. Insulting and beating a FAM and Match Official during the Carlsberg Cup final contrary to Articles 24.1 and 24.11 and 24.12 of the Carlsberg Cup Rules and Regulations.
  3. Bringing the game of football into disrepute by interfering with the Official match organisation protocol when he chased away ball boys arranged by match organisers contrary to Articles 24.21 of the Carlsberg Cup Rules and Regulations.
  4. Be Foward Wanderers Supporters Mr.Gomani Goba, Mr Upile Sapangwa,Mr Lloyd Makondanje, Mr Batumeyo Chimpango, Mr Meke Rabson and Mr. Mervin Nkunika have been individually charged for bringing the game of football into disrepute when they slept at the Kamuzu Stadium and tampered with the field of play on the eve of the Carlsberg Cup final
    which is contrary to articles 24.1 and 24.9 and 24.21 of the Carlsberg Cup Rules and Regulations.
  5. Masters Security FC have been charged for bringing the game of football into disrepute for failure to take precautionary measures to control their
    supporters from invading the Kamuzu Stadium and tampering with the field of play on the eve of their match against Be Forward Wanderers in the
    Carlsberg Cup final on 20th October 2018 contrary to Articles 24.1 and 24.9 and 24.21 of the Carlsberg Cup Rules and Regulations.

 

FISD Challenge Cup

  1. Be Forward Wanderers have been charged with three counts of Misconduct in relation to their FISD Challenge Cup Preliminary Round match against
    Masters Security FC on Tuesday 23rd October 2018 at the Kamuzu Stadium as follows:
  2. Failure to take precautionary measures to control their supporters who blocked Masters Security FC team bus from using the Kamuzu main entrance which was the designated entry point of the match contrary to Articles 24.1 and 24.12 of the FISD
    Challenge Cup Rules and Regulations.
  3. Defiled official match protocol when they used undesignated entry point into Kamuzu Stadium contrary to article 24.8 the FISD Cup Rules and Regulations.

iii. Brining the game of football into disrepute for failure to take precautionary measures to control the actions of its supporters who caused a 50-minute Kick-off delay for a Live TV scheduled match contrary to article 24.21.

  1. Civil Sporting Club Civil have been charged for failure to take precautionary measures to control their official Oscar Kaunda from insulting and bullying match officials during a FISD Challenge Cup
    match between Civil Sporting Club and Karonga United on 10th October 2018 at the Civo Stadium contrary to Articles 24.1, 24.11 and 24.12 of
    the FISD Challenge Cup Rules and Regulations.
  2. Civil Sporting Club Official Mr. Oscar Kaunda has been charged for insulting and bullying match officials during a FISD Challenge Cup match between Civil Sporting Club and Karonga United on 10th October, 2018 at the Civo Stadium contrary to Articles 24.1, 24.11 and 24.12 of the FISD Challenge Cup Rules and Regulations.
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