FCB Nyasa Big Bullets talisman Hassan Kajoke is being haunted by his decision to u-turn signing for Silver Strikers as his manager, Ken Mvula has vowed to sue him for not listening to his advice.
Mvula reacting to the fine of K500,000 by Football Association of Malawi's (FAM) Players Status Committee said Kajoke has tarnished his reputation as a manager.
The verdict from FAM stipulated if Mvula fails to honour the payment, he will be suspended from acting as a manager.
"I am still consulting but will definitely sue Kajoke. I did nothing wrong," Mvula said despite admitting he took Kajoke to Lilongwe to approach Silver Strikers after Bullets stopped paying his client.
Kajoke is also facing backlash from Silver Strikers after they were fined K900,000 for playing tapping.
The club has expressed reservations saying they were lied to by Kajoke and Mvula about the contract expiry.
Bullets at the hearing said Kajoke had a disciplinary issue so they wanted to resolve it within the club while Mvula claimed he wrote the club to opt out of the contract.
Bankers Company Secretary Peter Masiye said: “There was no evidence that we committed this offense. The evidence was very clear that the manager and the player lied to us.We never approached them.
"We are happy that the committee has agreed with our plea that Mr Hasaan Kajoke should pay back the money and that he was fined together with his manager. However we are not satisfied with the fact that we have been fined to pay the sum of MK900,000,” Masiye told local media.
The saga is still ongoing as Kajoke, Mvula and Silver Strikers were given five days from the verdict to settle the payment or risk suspensions and a ban to register players for two seasons.