The Super League of Malawi ( SULOM) has given a two weeks break to teams before kick off of the second round of the TNM super league.
In a statement signed by SULOM general secretary Williams Banda the second round of the elite league is expected to start on 31st August.
However, Banda said that the first round had a number of challenges.
“We had to shift a number of games due to the demonstrations of the tripartite elections. This made us to finish three weeks late than we scheduled.
“We have also witnessed violence at some games which we are asking teams to stop”, he said.
Be forward Wanderers tops the standing by the end of the first round. Masters Security, Mlatho Mponela and Dwangwa United all lie in the relegation zone.
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