The Super League of Malawi (Sulom) is this Friday expected to deliver a final verdict on player tapping allegations which Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have piled on Silver Strikers.
Sulom treasurer Tiya Somba Banda yesterday said preliminary round meeting over midfielder Timothy Chitedze, who is training with the Bankers, were not conclusive.
“We are rounding up the matter this Friday. We have invited Wanderers and Silver for a round table. The disciplinary committee has come up with its stand, but there were some gaps,” Somba Banda explained.
Last week, Silver met the 48 hours deadline to challenge Wanderers’ complaint that Chitedze was training with Silver without their consent. Wanderers relocated Chitedze to the youth team, but he refused.
Silver general secretary Mike Tembo told The Nation that they accepted Chitedze for training after he was fired and that the Bankers sought clarification on the midfielder’s status with Sulom. Tembo was yesterday unaware of tomorrow’s meeting.
Chitedze admitted to the press that his contract with Nomads ends on April 4 2015 and that he started training with Silver after he was told to find a team following his refusal to join Wanderers youth side. n