Bullets slapped with 2.5 million fine for violence during TNM Super League match

By Chisomo Phiri

FCB Nyasa Big Bullets have been fined K2,300,000 by the Super League of Malawi’s Disciplinary Committee for the violence that occured on June 2, 2024 during their TNM Super League match against Silver Strikers at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.

According to SULOM, the club was given two counts of failure to control the actions of its supporters and bringing the game into disrepute


“FCB Nyasa Big Bullets were remorseful during the hearing and accepted the charges with ease which acted as a mitigation alongside other factors that included Bullets formal apology to Silver Strikers and the payment of K6 million for the maintenance of the bus,” reads information shared by SULOM.

The Disciplinary Committee has further recommended that SULOM should ensure that disciplinary matters should always be expedited by timely submissions of reports of incidents and to consider the need for teams to independently determine the match security marshals as per Police Act article 115.