Big Bullets FC captain Fischer â€˜Anongâ€™aâ€™ Kondowe has said the internal squabbles rocking the team, have the potential to distract their preparations for Saturdayâ€™s Presidential Cup final showdown against Moyale Barracks.
Kondowe has since appealed to the trustees and the executive committee to sort out their differences amicably and avoid washing their dirty linen in public.
However, Kondowe said he recently called for a meeting with his charges where he asked them not to allow the wrangles to affect them.
â€œMy appeal to both the executive committee and the trustees is that they should find a way of sorting out their differences amicably rather than fighting in the media.
â€œThe situation is definitely not healthy for the team. I recently urged my fellow players not to lose focus with the bickering,â€ said Kondowe.
For weeks, the clubâ€™s trustees, in particular secretary Kinnah Phiri and executive committee chairperson Malinda Chinyama have been involved in a verbal war in the media.
Kinnah, who is the clubâ€™s patron has been pressing the clubâ€™s leadership to account for the clubâ€™s finances, in particular part of the sponsorship they got from Carlsberg Malawi. But the executive committee, in turn, accused Kinnah of interfering with the clubâ€™s operations.
The two parties are set to meet Wednesday evening at Shire Highlands Hotel in Limbe in an attempt to iron out their differences.