Moyale Barracks has accused Super League of Malawi (SULOM) of poor scheduling of fixture, saying the team’s 3-1 loss against Big Bullets over the Weekend was as a results of four tough past assignment they had in the past two weeks.
The Kaning’ina soldiers had to play MAFCO, Air born rangers, Kamuzu Barracks and Red Lions before they were clinically dispatched by resurgence Bullets courtesy of Chiukepo Msowoya, Musa Manyenje and Nikiza Amiable debut goal.
However, after the Match, Charles Kamanga said the log leaders deserved the three points but insisted that the past four games had a bearing in a loss against Big Bullets.
“Fatigue contributed a lot in this match. Imagine we have played three games against our fellow soldiers in the past weeks and yesterday (Saturday) we were up against Red Lions in Balaka.
“To be honest, we cannot blame the loss on the referee but the scheduling of fixture,” he said.
Kamanga urged SULOM to strike a balance when scheduling the fixtures.
Currently Moyale Barracks seats on eighth position with 28 points from 19 games.