Siwale: We shall abide by the FAZ council ruling
THE COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR SPORTS (CAS) ruled that the motion to expel Richard Kazala from the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) be revisited once again at the 2018 Annual General Meeting in March, coupled with an opportunity to speak in his defence.
And Blackwell Siwale who was equally indicted alongside Richard Kazala at the last year’s AGM is at the mercy of the Executive committee members, to be considered whether he will be allowed to defend himself at the 2018 AGM.
Speaking in an interview with ZamFoot the former Nchanga Rangers honcho, Siwale said his team will abide by whatever ruling will be laid by the FAZ Councilors.
Siwale added that being afforded with an opportunity to be heard, so that the Councilors can make a verdict based on hearing the story from both sides is what interests them the most.
“We shall abide by the ruling of the FAZ Councilors,” he said.
“We will be giving the Council an opportunity to gauge both sides. To hear from Kamanga and then they hear from us. Whichever the decision goes then it becomes the ruling.
“I will be standing there and the Councils will be asking questions. This were I draw the confidence that whatever the ruling will be the right one.”
The duo were kicked out of football house on the the ground of misappropriation of funds and gross misconduct. Kazala was serving as the FAZ vice president, a position which is now perforated by Rix Mwemba while the Siwale’s position in Executive Committee was taken by Lombe Mbalashi.
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