MTV Max Bullets owner Max Kapanda has decided team to quit playing undergoing TNM Super league matches the the owner wants to concentrate on other important things.
It is no doubt that this decision has come due to a fine from from Super League of Malawi (Sulom) for causing abandonment of their TNM Super League match against Epac FC on 8th October 2016 at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.
Max Bullets were leading 1-nil against their opponents but things got worse when Ranken Mwale was fouled and the referee Leo Ngoleka applied all the 17 rules of football when he awarded the home side a free kick which was taken without referee whistle, and no any formality but it scored.
Therefore, the referee awarded the goal to the home side but this did not please Kapanda, who, according to Sulom’s verdict, ordered his players to leave the field of play just after 20 minutes into the match.
with the act, the Max Bullets heavy fined by Sulom which frustrated Kapanda and he has announced that he has withdrawn his team from the top flight with immediate effect.
“We didn’t cause the abandonment of the match but the one who messed up everything was the referee and I was surprised to receive a letter from Sulom charging my club to pay such a huge fine yet they are very much aware that I struggle to raise money for the survival of the team.”
“My team will no longer play in the top flight because my efforts are being frustrated by the administrators and we have stopped doing our training sessions. It’s time to concentrate on my music career but I am done with football. It’s time to concentrate on other things,” Kapanda told a local radio.
Meanwhile, Sulom has not yet to commented on the matter.
Max Bullets are on 16th position in log table with only 8 points.