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Blue Eagles adopt club licensing

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Tnm Super League giants, Blue Eagles, have made great strides in meeting club licensing requirements ahead of next season.

The club held a planning meeting on Wednesday in Lilongwe.

Eagles general secretary, Benjamin Msowoya, Thursday said the meeting discussed several issues, including complying with club licensing.

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“Eagles have at least done well on club licensing since we have a youth team, infrastructure and a bank account which is being audited,” explained Msowoya.

“Eagles as an institutional club, we already have an office, but we will just beef up with an administrator. We don’t need to employ an accountant because institutional accountants are the ones responsible.”

Msowoya further said they are also exploring means of making the team self-sustainable.

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“We mainly rely on our management to allocate funds on monthly basis to run the club. Our club is also planning to find own means of generating resources,” he added.

Silver Strikers and Civo United are also on track to meet the licensing requirements.

The club licensing is being implemented by Football Association of Malawi (Fam) in conjunction with Super League of Malawi (Sulom).

Fam this week released a statement through its general secretary, Suzgo Nyirenda, saying all clubs are behind schedule to meet club licensing requirements.

Effective next season, only licensed clubs will not be allowed to participate in the top-flight league as part of the standards set by Caf.

Clubs are required to meet minimum requirements namely; sporting, legal, infrastructure, administration and personnel. Club Licensing aims at making teams professional.

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