Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club has threatened to seek legal intervention over allegations made by Civil Sporting Club that some of its players fixed the results of Sunday’s TNM Super League match against Bullets in which they lost 6-0 at the Kamuzu stadium.
On Monday, Civil Sporting Club had a meeting between the executive committee and technical panel to see what made the team to return from the southern region with no point from two games where among other reasons, the technical panel sitted match fixing as the cause for the humiliating defeat.
Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club chief executive officer Fleetwood Haiya said they will need to be compaseted as the remarks made by the civil servants have damaged the reputation of the team.
“We have heard the remarks made by Civil Sporting Club. It’s a very serious allegation to our football and we will seek guidance on how this reputation damage can be compensated “, he said.
Haiya further pleaded with clubs to avoid making match fixing claims without evidence.
“The way Bullets played on the day, the goals margin was a true reflection and expect to see more goals in future,” said Haiya.
Meanwhile, the Super League of Malawi (SULOM) say they are waiting for the report and evidence of the claims.
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