Confident Bullets leave Malawi for Comoros by road

Malawi’s Confederation of African Football  (CAF) Champions League flag carriers Big Bullets left on Sunday for Comoros by road for their first leg match in the preliminary round against Fomboni FC.

Bullets players :  Confident of good result

Bullets players : Confident of good result

Bullets General Secretary Harold Fote said they would travel by road as cost cut-measure for the team after consultations with Fomboni who will also use the same route for the away game in two weeks time.

Nyasa Times that they team through Malawi’s Northern Region capital Mzuzu in the morning to Dar-es-Salaam.

“We will travel to Mzuzu to Tanzania by bus and expected to arrive in Dar-es-Salaam on Monday.

“From there we will fly out to Comoros which is a cost-effective measure,” Fote said.

Fote said there was no cause for alarm on the team’s fatigue because of travelling 2000 km of the journey by road.

“We Will have about three full days of rest therefore fatigue is out of question. It is shirt flight from Tanzania to Comoros.”

Outspoken club captain Fischer Kondowe said all the players were prepared for the showdown.

“We have received assistance from various individuals and companies. That has motivated us to do well so that we should not let down the people  who have shown confidence in us. We will fight till the last drop our blood,’ he said.

Bullets have made the longer part of the journey to save money after it failed to raise K30 million required to make the trip by air from Malawi.

Malawi’s top league sponsors TNM made an 11th hour rescue after offering K15 million as advance payment for the TNM SMS Promotion launched for the club in the next four weeks.

Bullets have left with two major signings striker Chiukepo Msowoya and goalkeeper Owen Chaima who was returned to the club after a season the Epac United.

Former Flames peripheral striker Jimmy Zakazaka opted out of the trip after disagreements over his contract.

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57 thoughts on “Confident Bullets leave Malawi for Comoros by road”

  1. Byson Mtuwa says:

    BB ndi dhilu!

  2. DJ?????? says:

    Mukanawajambula ali m’bus tione kuti anyamukadi! learn to put right captions with regard to pictures!

  3. Khama Matola says:

    All the best Mauleeeeeeeee

  4. zion says:

    Ndiye amphawi a BB omwe timawadziwa ife amenewo. Ntchito kuba basi. Nanga anthu mpakana kupita kunja on bus, Makape.phokoso

  5. kombozo says:

    anthu ena ozindikilawa amaonesa umbuli mopusa bwanji.

  6. diesel says:

    Koma ndiye muli ndi khama mpakana by road hehehehede maule

  7. bbsupporter says:

    All the best to my beloved team BB. May GOD,ALMIGHTY be with you in all your circumstances. AMEN.

  8. ndine nyemwe uja says:

    wish u the best

  9. BB fan says:

    Mmmmmm poor bullets

  10. Pofera Chinkhwasale says:

    In you we trust! all the best guys! Mauleeeee!

  11. Mavuto Guma says:

    eeishhhh. its a long distance travelling by road. i can see big fatigue in the players

  12. shareef says:

    Zabwino zonse maulee

  13. Sautso lungu says:

    eee, ndimmene mulungu amachitira, oyifunira zoipa simunachite manyazi?

  14. Zachisoni Phiri says:

    Travel well

  15. Murray says:

    Bwana, they are travelling by land to Tanzania and connect by Air from there. Welenganinso kachikena nkhaniyi…

  16. GaBa Pa joloza says:

    ShaaaaAaa all the Best amnzanga

  17. noel ngwira says:

    Goodlucky my team you are the best ‘no matter w@ <3 you BB

  18. Hardson says:

    Anena momveka kuti akafika ku Tanzania akakwera ndege. Kodi ndiye kuti sitikuvomerezabe kuti zatheka? Sometimes silence if no good comments is good.

  19. Chimpaziii says:

    Maule we have made it again this time around

  20. Soccer lover says:

    All the best mawule

  21. Ma guyz muzifunsa zinthu zomveka osati kungobwebweta basi.Wish de best ma reds!!!

  22. william says:

    mukhale ndi ulendo opambana ndipo muzimve kunyongomela kuti MW ikudalira inu.

  23. kesterchipala says:

    Have anice trip bb

  24. Achimidzimidzi says:

    Bye bye, see you when you are. Mukawachinye asodzi a nkhanuwo!!

  25. Kangankude says:

    Bravo maule

  26. tambwali mchanda says:

    Chonamizila chapezeka kale. Tinatopa ulendo unali wautali by road. A nice excuse though.

  27. tambwali mchanda says:

    Chonamizila chapezeka kale. Tinatopa ulendo unalike wautali by road. A nice excuse though.

  28. Malume says:

    Travel well and goodluck.

  29. Geoma says:

    All the best Malawis Flag Carrier, we are with you in Prayers

  30. lily says:

    All the best bullets

  31. Hardson says:

    Kikikikikiki! Sometime selfishness is bad. Let’s the Champions sober best wish. The team has tried it’s best; some thought could make it sometimeback but failed but as for Bullets this is tjeir second appearence to CAF. Bravo TNM, bravo individuals, bravo Kondi, bravo players and bravo suppoters not forgeting all the best wishers. Let us all rally behind the flag carriers for this is not Super Leage.

  32. ujeni says:

    Can we have a proper heading please. Bullets leave for Tanzania by road

  33. ujeni says:

    How do they travel by road to an Island country? aMalawi simuzatheka, umbulitu uwu

  34. nthanje says:

    Keeping u in prayers, bb go wasanje zake izo

  35. Thumbo says:

    We believe in u

  36. A COMMONER says:

    The journey continues and dont 4get 2 stop in Morogoro on ur way to and fro. Cum back with a bag of 3 goals.

  37. kape says:

    All the best BB ,remember mwaimila ma team onse a ku malawi

  38. Alshabab says:

    Ulendo wabwino ndithu

  39. chirwakankhande says:

    Good luck our flag carriers

  40. True patriot says:

    Best wishes our National team.Your victory will unlock more donations,Looking forward to dedication of your victory to our beloved brothers and sisters who died due to floods here at home.

  41. Chemtukanika says:

    Tithokoze osewera onse pololera kuyenda pa basi kenaka pa ndege.That’s what is expected of sportsmanship.ine ndadutsa kale pa Songwe Boarder wa ku Comoros.All the BEST TIMU YATHU.Ena akamva BB chimtima kuti bii koma akadakhala iwo.Mloo!

  42. Phiri phiri says:

    Izi ndiye za nyasaland, mkuziputilannji. Munthu akamapempha ndiye kuti zochepa ulinazo!

  43. jonh says:


  44. 2mbwe says:

    You will never walk alone MAULE!

  45. 25 says:

    Zikachitika all the best BB

  46. shaibu nchikulire says:


  47. Yankeez says:

    Zabwino zonse Guys, b’careful paja amalawi timaululilana systeam, but wory nit dont go for Educative vist but bring hope to Mw kuti mwina ena aone kuti mwina zikhoza kutheka! Feture defensive system and barly them in return march.

  48. opportunist says:

    Muyende bwino

  49. Kika Kanawe says:

    All the best BB

  50. bongozozo says:

    Its good to travel by road sometimes. They will have a chance to see many places. Good luck. ..

    1. Wodala says:

      Is not about sightseeong as ypu would want us to belive. Football these age requires comfort of players. Good food, lots of practice lots of rest
      Bata dpesn’t have money to offer to its players

    2. Geofrey says:

      Oh!oh!so its a sight seeing adventure!nothing good will come out from that encounter dont rule out fatigue!its a long journey more than 2000kms!i guess bb wl do well back home.They wl have no fatigue,playing home with the 12th player thats the reality but wish them well and lets pray hard

  51. Kadakwiza says:

    Muyende bwino

  52. chims says:

    good luck.

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