Sparc Systems has expressed its disappointment after Sparc Hawks failed to earn promotion from the Premier Division to the TNM Super League.
Hawks collected 59 points to finish on position nine out of 21 teams in the Southern Region Football Association Premier Division.
Unsponsored Max Bullets emerged champions with 94 points from 40 games to gain promotion to the top flight league.
Yet Hawks were one of the few sponsored sides in both Premier and Super League after the two parties signed a year-long deal worth K5 million.
Sparc Systems, technical sales manager, Alena Chiwaya, said Hawks failed to fulfill their agreement.
She said the IT Company has since summoned Hawks officials for a meeting to analyse the just ended season.
“Currently what we can say is they haven’t performed based on our agreement. They have failed to earn promotion and are not even in top five,” she said.
Chiwaya said the decision about what to do next would be made after discussing with the team.
“Currently there are many options on the table but we cannot go into that at this point until after the meeting,” she said.
Hawks manager Adam Gondwe recently told the media that the team faced hostile environment during some games.
During the official unveiling of the deal, Sparc System attached some conditions including discipline and performance.
At that time, Sparc managing director, Wisely Phiri, said they decided to support the team to help Hawks earn promotion to the TNM Super League.
It was not the first time that Sparc had supported the team having donated money and uniform during the previous season.
Sparc System Limited is a Malawian owned company and leaders in multi-product system integration company operation in Malawi and across Africa.
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