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Fam mum on AGM agenda

Football Association of Malawi (Fam) continues to keep information regarding its April 21 Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Mzuzu under wraps.

This is a continuation of an information blackout that started with the association’s Executive Committee meeting which took place in Mzuzu last month.

Fam did not release details of resolutions made at the meeting, which streamlines agenda items for the AGM.

The association’s General Secretary, Alfred Gunda, said he did not want to pre-empt the agenda of the AGM scheduled for Mzuzu Hotel.

“We have statutes that will regulate the agenda. That is all I can say,” he said in a brief response.

Among the items that are likely to dominate discussions at the meeting is Flames’ Head Coach, Ronny van Geneugden’s unilateral appointment of under-17 and 20 national team coaches.

Some members of Fam Youth and Technical Committee and National Football Coaches Association disagreed with their mother body on the matter.

Meanwhile, one of Fam’s influential affiliates, Southern Region Football Association (SRFA), has since postponed the kick-off of its 2018 season to pave way for the AGM.

SRFA Chairperson, Raphael Humba, confirmed that their league’s kick-off has been shifted from April 21 to next month.

“We need to join our fellow stakeholders in Mzuzu for the Fam meeting. We cannot get our season underway without full representation of various stakeholders who are supposed to witness the occasion,” Humba said.

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