Football Association of Malawi (FAM) is expected to lift a 14 day suspension meted out on Super League clubs that did not comply with club licensing requirements.
Eleven clubs were suspended from any football related activities earlier this month after failing to submit relevant documents before the January 31 deadline.
The clubs were given up to today to submit the documents or risk not participating in the 2016 Super League season.
But Club Licensing System manager Casper Jangale said most of the clubs had now submitted the documents.
“There has been tremendous progress on the banned teams. Most of them have done quite well and will have their bans officially lifted on Monday. They can transact normally,” Jangale said on Saturday.
As we went to press on Saturday, Azam Tigers, Chilumba Barracks and Max Bullets were the only teams yet to complete the exercise.
“At the moment, we are still pushing three teams to be on line, Azam Tigers, Chilumba Barracks & Max Bullets and they have promised to do the necessary this weekend. We hope come Sunday night all teams will be on track” Jangale said.
He, however warned that if the three teams miss today’s deadline FAM would be compelled to remove them on the Super League clubs list.
“If they fail to do so by end this weekend, we won’t accept any of these stated documents after the 14th,” Jangale said.
“So it will be up to the First Instance Body (FIB) to decide when they meet in March not to grant them licences.”