Super League of Malawi says its forthcoming annual general meeting (AGM) will, among other things, nominate a vice-president.
The post fell vacant three months ago following the resignation of Charles Twalibu.
Sulom general secretary Williams Banda said in an interview yesterday that the position will be filled by a Southern Region-based official.
â€œThe resolution is that the person should come from the South and Super League teams from the South will nominate names of people they feel should take up the post.
â€œThen the executive committee will converge and scan the names and pick a candidate then the AGM on 14 October in Lilongwe will ratify the proposed name.
â€œThat is the trend in Sulom, we donâ€™t hold elections when there are such vacancies. So consultations with Southern Region teams on nominations are at an advanced stage,â€ said Banda.
However, the Sulom GS said he could not disclose the names of people that have been nominated so far.
â€œSome teams have already submitted their nominations, but we canâ€™t release the names until the AGM,â€ he said.
Nation on Sunday spoke to Escom, Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers, who all said they are still screening the candidates before nominating.
On another note, Banda said the Super League second round will kick off on October 14, a day after the Flames game against Ghana.
â€œOn the same day we will be having the AGM, teams will be back in the field. The AGM is for executive only, so technical people should be able to fulfil fixtures. We are currently waiting for FAM to give us their Carlsberg Cup programme so that we come up with a full fixture of the second round games,â€ he said.