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Club Statement: Bullets condemns acts of violence

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

FCB Nyasa Big Bullets FC is shocked and disappointed by the acts of violence at the Kamuzu Stadium on 2nd June 2024 during the TNM Super League match against Silver Strikers FC.

The club welcomes the Super League of Malawi (SULOM)’s decision to investigate the incidents and punish the perpetrators of violence. We will fully support SULOM’s investigation into this incident in any way we can, as we are also on the ground to find the perpetrators of this violent act.

The club strongly believes that football is a sport that brings entertainment to people from all walks of life. Like any other sport, football is patronized by people of different age groups, including children. As such, the safety of football stakeholders during football matches must never be compromised.

We are deeply saddened by the damage caused to Silver Strikers FC’s team bus during the violence. The club would, therefore, like to extend a heartfelt apology to Silver Strikers FC following the incident. As a home team, we will work closely with Silver Strikers’ management to assess and cover the costs of repairing their team bus.

We want to make it clear that acts of violence are unacceptable and go against the very spirit of the game. We vehemently condemn the actions of the fans responsible for this incident.

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