Mighty Be forward Wanderers have rejected the new uniform from Super League of Malawi supplied by Nsejjere.
The Nomads were supposed to put on the black and gold new uniform on Sunday when they were playing Fisd wizards at Kamuzu Stadium.
However, the Lali Lubani outfit wore their usual blue and white colours.
The club’s general secretary Mike Butao said they sent back the uniform because Nsejjere were supposed to surrender the uniform to TNM who in turn, would hand it over to the Nomads.
Butao said Nsejjere is also expected to give the Nomads a pair of uniform, according to the contract they signed alongside Big Bullets, Silver Strikers and Civo United who have already received theirs.
“Nsejjere is supposed to give us a uniform that is not branded so that we can use it in cup games, but they didn’t,” Butao said.
“Instead, they gave us the TNM branded jersey. If we had accepted that TNM jersey from Nsejjere, it would have meant that they were giving us the uniform that we signed an agreement about.”
Butao also expressed disappointment with the delay in procuring the TNM uniform.
“It is very unfortunate that our uniform is coming at a time when we are finishing the season. We told Sulom that we are changing our colours in the 2015 season to be in line with our sponsors needs, but nothing was done up to the end of first round and we were forced to buy the kit which we are using now,” he said.
Butao accused Nsejjere of breaching the contract by failing to supply the uniform.
Nsejjere representative Peter Mgangira confirmed that Wanderers had sent back the jersey.
He, however, said he was not aware that the Nomads were also supposed to get another uniform just like Silver, Civo and Bullets.
“I was just instructed by my bosses from America that I must hand over uniforms to Silver, Bullets and Civo,” Mgangira said.n