The race for the Sulom vice-presidentâ€™s seat is likely to be between Mighty Wanderers vice-president Gift Mkandawire and former Bullets general secretary Willy Phalula.
These were the only names that had been proposed to Sulom before Tuesdayâ€™s deadline.
Sulom general secretary Williams Banda said most teams in the South proposed the two names to fill the post which fell vacant following the resignation of Charles Twalibu.
â€œI do not think they will be other proposals although some teams have not made their stand yet, but as it is today, it is Phalula and Mkandawire who are in our records for consideration,â€ Banda said in an interview on Wednesday.
He said the executive committee will meet tomorrow to decide on whom between the two to take on board.
â€œThe executive is the only one that has power to vote in such cases, so we will meet on Friday then the candidate that will be approved by the executive will be presented to the AGM on Sunday for ratification by the delegates,â€ said Banda.
Despite being proposed for the post, Mkandawire has shown interest in the position.
â€œI want to add value in the way we administer the national football league and my emphasis will be on representing teams from the South which have no representation in the Sulom executive, but in general, I am looking at harmonising all affiliates,â€ he told The Nation on Tuesday.
Phalula could not be reached for comment as his phone went unanswered.