Bullets bids farewell to Nomads bound ‘WMD’

Bullets F.C through their flamboyant chairperson Kondie Msungama have sent a best wishes message to their former striker Jimmy Zakazaka who recently announced that he has crossed the floor to join Bullets long time traditional rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.

Zakazaka: I'm a Nomad

Zakazaka: I’m a Nomad

While disputing reports that the club was no longer interested to keep the player further after the expiry of his contract, Msungama said on Saturday that the club respects the player’s decision.

“First of all, it will be wise enough to wish him well after crossing the floor [to Mighty Be Forward Wanderers]. He is the manager of his life, he is almost 30 years now and old enough to make decisions” said Msungama.

“We always wish well to players who join other clubs seeking greener pasture since football is a short term career and you need to make use of every minute when you are still strong” he added.

In his farewell remarks to Bullets, Zakazaka told the press that Bullets did not show interest to have him after the expiry of his one year contract a statement Msungama has strongly refuted.

The player demanded that other terms and conditions in his previous contract with the club be improved in the new contract.

Msungama however wondered on how a club with no interest in a particular player can register the same player for the new season including the continental Confederation of African Football (CAF) competition which the people’s team is currently participating.

“Registering him for CAF is a clear indication that we still had interest and valued the player so much therefore I am wondering to hear that Bullets was no longer interested in his services” said Msungama.

“After all he was approached by our Technical Director [Billy Tewesa] informing him that training had resumed but his reply was that he had set up a new business hence the need to monitor the business first” said the Bullets Chairman.

Meanwhile, Zakazaka is training with Wanderers and confirmed few days ago that the talks with the club are at an advanced stage and that are going on smoothly.

Zakazaka who was nicknamed “Weapon of Mass Destruction” by the late veteran Zambian soccer commentator was among the influential players that helped Bullets reach the quarterfinal of the CAF competition in 2004.

He scored a couple of vital goal including the one against Zanaco of Zambia that earned him the nickname from the Zambia’s football God father.

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17 thoughts on “Bullets bids farewell to Nomads bound ‘WMD’”

  1. Victor says:

    All the best Jimmy. Thanks for the good job done while playing for BB. Please BB fans refrain from saying bad about a player because of leaving BB.Just pray that we get replacement and who knows a replacement will be better than the one gone that’s the way the footballers behave in the world. Today is in Man U tomorrow he goes to Chelsea etc. Wishing all BB soccer lovers a fantastic 2015.Lets support our team.

  2. bbsupporter says:

    BULLETS was there,is there and it will be there . We had BIG names in the past who scored more goals in the countrys’ history(KINNAH),but they (he) never did this stupid thing. Mwano a Jimmy,mulibe khalidwe. Tionana super league ikayamba,koma osasinthanso maganizo kuti mukubwerera. Tikukanani.

  3. Danga Lapezeka says:

    Who is gift? kumadzitsata bwino zintuzi1. Jimmy si Gift ngati usakudziwe iwe Ngozo ndi mpalazambo nzako Ramsey Gift ndi player wina wakalekale wa Wanderers yemwe timamukumbukira nthawi ina atapeza mwayi okasewera ku Belgium anabwerako akuti chifukwa samadyako nsima, ameneyo ndiye Gift Zakazaka koma uyu akupita ku midimayu ndi Jimmy Zakazaka yemwe anachinya chigoli choopsa kwambiri Bullets ikusewera ndi Zanaco mu CAF ya 2004 kenaka anadzapita ku Joni ndipo anadzabwereranso ku team ya fuko.

  4. philo man says:

    A musieni apiite ndi mene waonela sakuiziwa noma akaziona konko wakula watha..

  5. Batuso says:

    U have made ua decision evn though we Dnt knw that weder t will b a final decision or not but any way ua welcm___!!!

  6. Chimbirazowa says:

    Welcome our new weapon of goal scorer, from red to blue. Waisova.

  7. hidgeman masina says:

    best wishes to u mr zakazaka.

  8. Sagna says:

    Kafikeni bambo. Simukanaithandizanso Bullets.

  9. ujeni says:

    Registering a player for CAF competition does not mean you have improved his terms of condition. This Msungama is a clown.

  10. Hardson says:

    It’s good for every one to seek greenpasture indeed, so best wishes to you Mr Zakazaka and thanks for all effort contributed to Peoples Team Success.

  11. Ramsey Majiga says:

    That’s a good decision Gift, Bullets ilibe ndalama ndi team yopemphapempha komanso kuli mbava ndi anthu onama ngati Kondi. Uwasiye adzigulisa ma memery card awo anyimbo kale kkkk zimvere muntolo NOMA FOR LIFE

    1. davie kathumba says:

      Pathako pako ukuyankhula za ziiiiiiiii mbuzi iwe ndalama zake ziti..asiye ma champions aku malawi asewere bwino caf..

  12. BANKX says:

    O THE BEST JIMMY FOOTBALL IS DYNAMIC

  13. amoss says:

    Pachoka wina palimalo basi musiyeni ayende.tiwone zina lina.

  14. anabel mitawa says:

    Spent force. Nothing to show for his many years in SA

  15. Pata phiri says:

    Wakhalamba bambo let the young ones get chance

    1. Ngozo says:

      Gift u r most welcome dats gud idea.Kuli nyerereeee!

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