A controversial Facebook page called TNM Super League (Pompo Pompo 3 points) has stirred wasp hornet because of its members' stinging personal attacks on sports personalities.
The page, which has a membership of over 4,000, is known for its notoriety when commenting on the TNM Super League and football in general.
The page's no-holds-barred nature of posts by members that goes uncensored by its administrator causing agony among the targeted individuals.
More often than not, players have been at the receiving end of the abuse. The attacks range from the players' performance on the pitch to personal issues involving their family members.
The worst victims of the group could be Mighty Wanderers' Joseph Kamwendo and Bullets Gabadinho Mhango. Kamwendo has been the subject of ridicule by the group's Bullets supporters for no apparent reason. Mhango is also often chas¬tised by the group's Wanderers supporters unfairly.
A day hardly passes without a member of the group attacking the two players.
A rumour also has is that one of the group's male member allegedly duped a Nomads player after posing as a woman.
Referees have also been the subject of bashing by the members.
Francisco Scova, who officiated the game between Bullets FC and Silver Strikers recently, has also been attacked by the page's members and this prompted the referee to respond through one of the local dailies.
Sports journalists have not been spared by the page's members.
One of the sports journalists whose life has even been threatened by the group is Zodiak Broadcasting Station's Mike Bango.
He wondered why the page administrators allow its members to attack other people.
"First of all, I don't know why the administrator decided to have the page because to me I thought it is there to help people get information about the league a thing which is contrary to what is there. It's embarrassing for a person who thinks he can contribute on a positive note only to get insults.
"The problem is that everyone posting on the page wants to defend his or her team. Others would like to deal with sports personalities on that page which is bad. Sometimes if a reporter writes or produces a story that is negative about their team all the anger will be posted on the page and administrator just watches," Bango said.
Super League of Malawi (Sulom) and Football Association of Malawi officials have also had a share of their own attacks.
Sulom General Secretary Williams Banda said they would investigate the page and report it to Facebook so that it should be shutdown.
"Firstly, anyone using the term TNM Super League has to do so with permission from Sulom and sponsors TNM. What they are doing is illegal and we would like to warn them that they risk being dragged to court.
"They should also know that the personal attacks they are perpetrating are against the law and they can be sued. As Sulom we will go ahead and report the page to Facebook so that it can be shutdown," he said.
However, one of the members recently wrote of the page that they would continue attacking the sports personalities.
"As supporters this is our forum and here we air out our views and no-one should deny us our right," he said.
With most of the members using fake accounts and aliases like Swtness Litness, Star Wa Live Ndiineyo, Anlîçiøus Hunnie Carmaynia, Symon Petulo, Diehard Wa Bullets, Harris Ngwazi ya Chitatu, Shareholder Pawl, the challenge is whether Sulom has the capacity to trace the members of the wayward group.