Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has said the body will not entertain changing of items listed on the agenda during its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Sunbird Capital City Hotel in Lilongwe Saturday.
Sulom vice General Secretary Zacharia Nyirenda said this after few clubs proposed items to be discussed during the AGM, a development that seems to work to the clubs disadvantage.
“We sent AGM’s agenda to the teams but unfortunately few clubs responded. Clubs are our bosses so we will discuss what they have proposed. However, we will not discuss issues that are not listed on the agenda,” he said.
During the AGM Sulom is expected to present a financial report. Some issues expected to be tabled include the on-going sponsorship talks with the sponsor-TNM-and also the progress of broadcasting rights and commercialisation drive.
Delegates will also elect a new Legal Adviser after the post fell vacant following the departure Muhammad Selemani who was elected Football Association (Fam) executive member on December 14 last year.
So far Blue Eagles vice General Secretary William Nkhoma, former Silver Strikers General Secretaries Thabo Chakaka Nyirenda and Innocent Kadammanja are nominated to contest for the post of Legal Adviser.
Meanwhile, Nyasa Big Bullets Chief Administration Officer Albert Chigoga said they were confident that Sulom will provide relevant solutions to their [clubs] queries.
“There are a lot of things that needs to be done for the betterment of the league. We are eager to know what new things will the Sulom executive committee bring to ensure that the league is progressing professionally,” he said.
The 2020 TNM Super League season was suspended on March 20 this year after government declared a state of national disaster to curb the threat of the then Covid-19.