In a twist of tales in football, Silver Strikers chairperson McDonald Mafuta-Mwale has resigned after having managed the team for eight years which saw the Bankers winning a couple of trophies along the way.
Information reaching Malawi-Sports indicates that one of the main reasons for the chairperson’s resignation is the immense work pressure that has arisen.
“Due to pressure of work, I will not be able to dedicate much time to the club as was the case before and, regrettably; I had to make such a tough decision,” said Mwale.
Reserve Bank of Malawi has reportedly appointed Mwale as Director of Research.
Mwale has since been replaced by his deputy Oscar Mabulekesi.
“I have no doubt that he will take the team to greater heights because he is a very able man and I can safely say I have left the team in good hands,” said Mafuta-Mwale.
Mwale said he leaves a happy man after helping Silver grow to the extent that it now has a huge fan base.