Malawi football champions Nyasa Big Bullets have roped former chairman Malinda Chinyama in the board of trustees.
Bullets trustees chairman Jimmy Kalua confirmed but he declined to divulge more details on the appointment.
Chinyama confirmed of his appointment saying it was an honour to serve for Bullets as a trustee
He said he felt honoured having played a critical role to save the team from the brink of extinction
“I would like to thank Bullets for appointing me to serve as a trustee,” Chinyama said.
“I am a Bullets fan and will remain as such.”
He said players welfare would be one of his key issues to be addressed.
The contentious issue of gate collection management would also be top of his agenda to improve the revenue.
“It is my wish to ensure that players after well looked after,” he said.
Malinda led Bullets at a time the team was battling for survival.
However his administration fell out of favour with fans and trustees due to lack of transparency in financial management.
The deal surrounding the sell of Gabadinho Mhango to South Africa top league side Bloemfontein Celtic as a free agent barely days after terminating the contract also dented his tenure.
Gabadinho is reportedly to have joined Celtic.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :