Big Bullets captain Fischer Kondowe has appealed to Bullets FC against massive buying of players for next season.
Kondowe said the uncrowned Malawi’s flagship TNM Super League champions would do with the crop of players who have inspired the team to defend the title.
The veteran midfielder said Bullets would be tempted to buy players with after securing landmark sponsorship from Nyasa Tobacco Manufacturers.
He said it was not necessary for the officials to buy en-masse as it could disturb the cohension of the team.
“I would like to advise Bullets executive committee officials not to buy more players next season because that could affect the team,” Kondowe said.
“Currently there’s cordination among the players having played together for long time.”
He also said there was a good combination of the team blended with up-and-coming and experienced ones.
“There’s a general feeling that we have got a well balanced team made up of youngsters and experienced players which has helped a lot,” he said.
But he admitted that if Bullets executive committee want to strengthen the team they should just recruit more players.
Bullets Technical Director Billy Tewesa said the decision to recruit players depends on the tactics of a coach.
“We cannot cross the bridge before we reach there. It’s too early to take Fischer’s suggestion because we dont know what kind of players we will have next season. Some might move for greener pastures. So we cannot categorically state that we will not buy new players in the next season,” Tewesa said.
Bullets were declared champions with four games to spare to defend the title they won last season ending their nine years wait.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :