Bullets in disarray as BT United, Moyale tighten screws on their players

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United have given them a dateline of February,1, 2015 to pay for their two players on loan to them or risk them being withdrawn.

Blantyre United technical director Lawson Nakoma: Players recalled

Blantyre United technical director Lawson Nakoma: Players recalled

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.

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mike
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Masaporter abullets matama tikuonerani zomwe mungachite

wakukaya
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our leadership have a great vision but here in Malawi too jeorasy akuwona kuti amuTchukiisa kondi ndi masophenya ake ,God plz guide this man with his vision to be fulfilled and Govmnt take action,warter nyamilandu ndi wa nyerere moti mene akumva za pull out akumva kukoma shame to you, as a president you cud have been the one pushing munthu oipa iweeeeee resign plz

Mnyasaland
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Leave them and just stick to the lot of players that are available and Bullets will perform superbly than others anticipate. I wonder how some of these top officials are there for at the Football organisations . Who are they supposed to assist other than teams,players and other needy sporting disciplines when need arises but instead they are the ones blocking progress. Plz change your mind set and start focusing positively towards sports development otherwise you better resign and let those who are capable run the organisations.

bbsupporter
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GOD LOVES BIG BULLETS (THE PEOPLES TEAM). WE WILL PLAY IN CAF NO MATTER WHAT.

Mfumu ya Luso
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I am deeply concerned with developments happening at Bullets, yet not surprised at all as all this points to one thing; poor planning. It appears these guys made a decision to join CAF at the last minute before identifying funds for sustaining themselves in the competition. The planning here was upside down. They needed firstly to identify funds before registering for the competition, and later register when they were satisfied with their purse, not the other way round. I fear this decision to join CAF was not made in good faith, but as a show off strategy to the world… Read more »
mchewsa wa ku liongwe
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mchewsa wa ku liongwe

odi uko team yaa fungo idutseko kokakwera akabaza ulendo wa ku CAF kkkkkk koma bata umandibanda kwambiri lero ma surppoeter kuli ziii

brown
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No comment kkkkkkk…

Amidu
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Zimadana ndi phumatu izi…. The team is too personal

cbk
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#ngozo.afusisise bwinobwino amafika nthawi yanji mamodaratawo.kkkk.

Mr.Bambo
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Poor planning by poor planners at my beloved people’s team,musadikweze nazo bp izi.

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