The Super League of Malawi (Sulom) wants government to construct a new stadium in
Blantyre, citing that the current poor condition of the Kamuzu stadium is greatly
affecting gate collections during league matches.
Sulom says most of the openings are used as paths for some fans who enter the stadium free of charge. According to Sulom Vice President, Daud
Suleman the current state of Kamuzu stadium affects gate collections due to
gatecrashing of fans into the stadium, who get advantage of the poor security fence
and openings at the main gates.
During the match,
police officers at the stadium apprehended some fans who were so quick enough to
jump over into the with the aid of unused metals near the fence.
Suleman then made a plea to the
government after 2015 first Blantyre derby between Mighty Be Forward Wanderers and
Big Bullets to construct a new soccer cathedral in the commercial city.
At the moment, government is completing the construction of a new national stadium
in Lilongwe, which was initially said to beopened later this year.
The match realized money amounting to MK26.8 Million, as Bullets managed to beat old
town arch rivals 2-1 to remain at the summit of the top tier, living the Nomads second.