The issue of juju beliefs reared its ugly head again last Saturday when Big Bullets refused to use the dressing rooms at Civo Stadium during their encounter with Civo United.
The people's team was desperately hunting for maximum points in order to dislodge defending champions Silver Strikers at the summit of the table. They accomplished their mission as they defeated the civil servants 2-0 to take their tally to 52 points from 26 games.
But the bankers reclaimed their place at the top when the whacked Blantyre United 5-0 the next day at Silver Stadium.
Before the game, Bullets fans and officials were seen using one of the VIP gates. The team also used the same gate during half-time break and proceeded to an open air space near the Civo Club for their rest.
However, the most embarrassing sight was some of their players who were seen urinating on the walls of the club house.
The players could not even feel any shame despite some fans outside the club house shouting at them to go and use toilets in the dressing rooms.
Bullets general secretary Higger Mkandawire refused to comment on the issue, claiming neither Sulom nor Civo lodged any complaint.
"If we had received any complaint from either Sulom or Civo we could have commented, otherwise it is difficult," he said.