TNM public relations and sponsorship manager Limbani Nsapato said in an interview Thursday evening that unlike last season, when the Super League was marred by violence leading to the death of a fan Lemiyasi Josita at Balaka Stadium, the season just-ending was refreshing.
“We have finished the 2014 season without any serious incident of violence or hooliganism. This has been achieved because of the commitment of the fans, the clubs and football administrators to stamp out hooliganism,” said Nsapato.
He said the last game, featuring champions Big Bullets and Blantyre United at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre today, will be marked by a parade by Blantyre-based teams in what will be a rare show of solidarity and sportsmanship to cap a season in which acts of hooliganism were banished.
The parade is expected to start at the TNM head office in Blantyre to the match venue.
Nsapato said the champions will be crowned today.