It does not rain but pours for Malawi champions Big Bullets,as Blantyre United have given them a dateline of February,1, 2015 to pay for their two players on loan to them or risk them being withdrawn.
Inspirational midfielder Victor Limbani and striker Tizyowere Kumwenda were on loaned to Bullets but their term expired this season and the parent clubs wants them to return.
Blantyre United technical director Lawson Nakoma told Nyasa Times on Monday that if Bullets will fail to dig pay for the two players by February 1 they should forget about using the services of their players.
“Football is big business nowadays are there is no way we can let our players to go for free. They must pay for them or we will sale them to other interested clubs,” said Nakoma.
On another note, Malawi Defence Force has rejected Bullets to have their two Moyale players Harvey Mkacha and Gastin Simkonda loaned to them.
Bullets were seeking for the services of the duo in their quest to prepare fully in the CAF League.
Adding salt to injury, their vastly experienced striker Jimmy Zakazaka has not reported for training stressing his agreement with the club expired.
Zakazaka said he has no contract with the team, hence not reporting for training.