Nyasa Big Bullets is likely to face the punishment by Super League of Malawi (Sulom) following the violence happened among team’ supporters after a 1-0 loss to Karonga United at Mzuzu Stadium on Sunday.
The final whistle set a fire in hearts of Bullets supporters as it was their first TNM Super League defeat this season, and then they started stoning each other, that prompted the police to throw teargas to disperse them.
Sulom President, Innocent Bottomani, condemned the violence, saying they will act accordingly.
“All teams are aware that we do not tolerant the violence and we expected players and supporters to behave well.
“However, it is difficult for us to make a decision just now because we have not yet received match reports from match assessors, referees and Sulom representatives in Mzuzu. After the investigations, those in the wrong will be punished according to our laws,” Bottomani explained.
However, Bullets officials are not yet to comment and Karonga are also seemed unconcerned with this development.