Hearing of misconduct cases involving Silver Strikers coach Peter De Jongh and several members of Blue Eagles FC is set for tomorrow in Lilongwe.
The Super League of Malawi – SULOM summoned the central bankers coach following his wild charge at the match referee after at the end of their goalless home draw against giant-stoppers, Chitipa United on 2 July.
On the other hand, six Blue Eagles players; coach Eliah Kananji and two of his assistants face likely punishment for assaulting the officiating personnel after their one-nil defeat away at Ekwendeni Hammers on 2 July.
The hearing was initially set for Wednesday but SULOM postponed it due to ‘unavailability of some parties involved.’
Those summoned from the Area 30 Police Headquarters’ side are Eliya Kananji, Christopher Sibale, Chimwemwe Chitedze, Sankhani Mkandawire, Micium Mhone, Tonic Viyuyi, Lanken Mwale, Chakonda Majanga and Richard Lapson.
The Central Bankers, their coach and the alleged law breakers from Blue Eagles are being accused of failing to control actions of supporters and officials contrary to Article 26.2.32 as read with Article 26.2.33 and 26.2.38 of Sulom rules and regulations.
They are also being charged of bringing the game of football into disrepute which is contrary to Article 26.2.25 of Sulom rules and regulations.