Watching Super League games these days has become one helluva and you are always assured of witnessing some drama.
Well, it's not much of a surprise considering that the league has reached a climax and teams are becoming nervous.
Some four teams have relatively equal chances of winning the 2011/2012 championship and every game counts.
Escom United are all acting crazy as they wait for their last game against Silver Strikers which might as well turn out to be the decider for this season's title race.
The defending champions have turned the heat on Sulom, accusing the league runners of harbouring sinister motives to frustrate their campaign.
But we all know that Escom, if at all they fail to win this championship, it is because their campaign was derailed at some point as they dropped some points and were on the verge of firing their technical panel because of the same.
If they had not dropped those 24 points after losing eight games, they might have won the championship right away.
But now even if they win their last game their fate is in the hands of other contenders like Civo, Blantyre United, Wanderers, Silver and Moyale who also have a say on the matter.
And then we have relegated Zomba United and Embangweni United up to all the mischief.
If you ask why this is happening, I would not waste time searching for an answer when it's all clear that the two teams know they are out of the league and they feel they are untouchable.
Embangweni were at it again as they caused the abandonment of their game against Mafco in Mzuzu after they refused to continue playing following the referee's decision to disallow their goal.
This was Embangweni's second game to be abandoned and questions are now arising as to why it should only be the Mzimba based side always at the centre of controversy.
Zomba United were also involved in unsportsmanship behaviour when they lost to Escom 2-0 at their backyard Zomba Community Centre ground.
Their supporters attacked referees and the police managed to arrest one of the perpetrators of the violence while two others are at large.
It is very unfortunate that these two relegated sides think they are now above the law just because they won't play in Super League next season.
But then one thing they should not forget is that Fam can act on these incidents and the two teams can even be banned from playing in any of the lower leagues because of their behaviour in the Super League.
Referees should also be cautioned because some of these incidents have been fuelled by their incompetence.
For example, the game between Silver and Bullets was purely spoiled by the referee's disregard of the laws of the game.
There is no way a referee can ignore a hand ball in the box and then in a split of a second, wave play-on when a player is fouled again in the area-that's just outright unacceptable in this beautiful game.
Luckily, Bullets fans managed to hold their temper after chaos threatened to erupt in Nchalo.
With more crucial games to be played in the remaining two weeks, let's hope such incidents will be avoided. May the best team win.