Football Association of Malawi (Fam) has announced that it has finished round table meetings on the ongoing transfer impulse between Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers over midfielder Jaffalie Chande who has since been ordered to stop training with any of these two clubs.
The association held two separate meetings on 5th and 12th April 2016 to gather information on Chande’s transfer saga.
In a statement released by the associations signed by its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Suzgo Nyirenda, Fam has gathered enough information and documents that will be submitted to its Disciplinary Committee to determine the issue at hand.
“The Football Association of Malawi in conjunction with the Super League of Malawi (Sulom) have concluded the round table meetings regarding Jaffalie Chande’s disputed contract with Nyasa Big Bullets,” reads the statement in part.
It adds: “The two meetings (held on 5th and 12th April 2016) were aimed at finding solution to the stand off between the two parties. However Fam has managed to gather enough information and documents that will be passed on to the disciplinary committee to determine the future on the matter”.