The future of Bullets expatriate coach Nsazwarwimo Ramadhan hangs in limbo after the fall from grace of former chairman Kondie Msungama who was forced to resign on allegations of financial mismanagement.
Ramadhan, who was controversially recruited by Msungama, has not been training the team since he was chased by panga-wielding fans at Kamuzu Stadium while preparing the team for the Al-Hilal of Sudan in the second leg match of Champions League three weeks ago.
Bullets Vice-General Secretary Titha Malindiza said Ramadhan had no contract with the club.
“Ramadhan has no contract with Bullets because there’s nowhere he signed,” Malindiza said.
“We have asked him to bring the contract that he signed but he is yet to do so.”
She said the Burundian absence at the club since he was chased has also raised eyebrows over his commitment to the team.
“Ramadan said he has been sick but we don’t know whether to believe his story or not.”
Bullets Technical Director Billy Tewesa said as far as he is concerned Ramadhan is still attached to the team.
“He has been sick and once he is fit and well he should be able to come back and resume his duties,” Tewesa said.
Msungama in typical mafia-like style dispelled rumours that he was contracted to the team when Immigration authorities in Malawi questioned his position.
The immigration authorities said Ramadhan has no work permit to guarantee his stay in the country.
But Msungama said there was nothing to worry about because he was just assisting the team.
Ramadhan was chased from training session barely two days before Bullets’ game against Al Hilal.
He did not take charge of the team as the team drew one-all to bow out on 5-1 aggregate having lost 4-0 away in Khartoum.
His future was in doubt after Bullets decided re-engage fired assistant coach Mabvuto Lungu to beef the technical panel with Lloyd Nkhwazi as caretaker coach and former Malawi international goalkeeper Swadick Sanudi as goalkeeper trainer.
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