Silver Strikers have reserved the decision of withdrawing from Fisd Challenge Cup which was made on Tuesday.
According to reports show that on Tuesday evening, Silver announced that they had withdrawn from the cup, but on Wednesday morning the decision was changed.
Silver’s Acting-General Secretary, Thabo Nyirenda, confirmed this new change and they will meet MTV Max Bullets this weekend at Silver Stadium in Lilongwe.
“There have been changes of circumstances after the decision was made on Tuesday. We have been assured of more sponsorship to enable us fulfill the fixtures,” Nyirenda said.
Silver wrote a letter to Football Association of Malawi (Fam) on Tuesday claimed that they had withdrawn from the competition due to financial constraints.
In a letter addressed to Football Association of Malawi on Tuesday, Silver claimed that they had withdrawn from the competitions due to financial constraints.
However, the development triggered anger from their fans, hence the reversal of the pull-out.
The champions of Fisd Cup will walk away with K10 million whereas the runner-up and semi-finalists will pocket K4 million and K1 million, respectively.