Nyasa Big Bullets veteran midfielder and former Flames international Fischer Kondowe has expressed different views on the targets the club has set for the new head coach Franco Ndawa.
The club has given Ndawa a target of winning two cups and to defend the league championship in the 2016-2017 season.
Bullets acting-General Secretary Kelvin Moyo confirmed the targets on Friday.
Moyo said Ndawa signed a perfomance-based contract hence coming up with the targets.
“He has a perfomance -based contract. He has been given a target to win two cups and defend the league championship. Ndawa has vast experience and we believe he has the qualities to bring success to Bullets” Moyo is quoted as saying in the Daily Times.
But veteran Kondowe said players are the ones who are supposed to be given the targets not pilling pressure on the coach.
He also challenged the new players to prove that they are better than the old guards at the peoples team.
“It all goes down to the players. They [executive] have bought the best players so it is up to us [players] to deliver the goods. The new players have to prove that they are better than us. Management should not pile the pressure on the coach,” Kondowe is quoted by the same paper.
Ndawa’s first competitive match as in-charge for Bullets was a Charity Shield match against rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers which Bullets won 2-0.
His first 2016-17 TNM Super League match against soldiers of Mzuzu Moyale Barracks played at the Kamuzu Stadium last Saturday ended in a barren draw.
Bullets play their second league match of the season this weekend as they face Red Lions at the Balaka Stadium.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :