Only four teams; Be Forward Wanderers, Blue Eagles, Dwangwa United and Moyale Barracks—have passed the club licensing test for the 2017 season.
Big Bullets turmoil fails to die as it seems the some trustees and Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC) sponsors did not like the idea of Supporters committee to have elected an interim executive committee.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has said all Super League teams will be made to sign a code of conduct before the start of the 2017 season.
The Flames of Malawi are angling towards appoint Zimbabwean Kalisto Pasuwa as their national team coach ahead of the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers which start in June.
Kamuzu Barracks (KB) FC outstanding performance in the 2016 TNM Super League season was underlined last weekend when they won the bulk of the awards.
The trip to Japan for trials was untimely, complained Be Forward Wanderers’ midfielder, Joseph Kamwendo and striker Peter Wadabwa.
Nyasa Big Bullets are yet to part ways with three senior players, Chiukepo Msowoya, Chikumbutso Kanyenda and Fischer Kondowe as their one-year contracts expire.
The worn-out 26-seater bus which broke down after Be Forward Wanderers won in Bus Ipite Bonanza on January 2, is back on the road.
The Malawi Under-20 football team suffered a thrashing at the hands of Zambia on Sunday in the Cosafa Youth Championship.