Big Bullets Football Club has confirmed that the Burundian Coach Nsazurwimo Ramadhan has finally accepted the offer to coach the club.
The team through its newly elected Chairman Kondi Msungama said the coach has made consultations with his family as he pleaded at first before accepting the offer in the preliminary round of talks with the club.
“Ramadhan briefed his wife about the offer and she advised him to accept the task,” Msungama is quoted in the press.
The Big Bullets Chairman said what is remaining now is for Ramadhan to put pen to paper.
“So I can confidently say that it is a done deal and all that remains is for him to put pen to paper”
According to Msungama, the team will immediately start processing the coach’s work permit once he leaves the country for South Africa.
Ramadhan is expected to leave Malawi today (Wednesday) accompanied by Bullets Technical Director Billy Tewesa who will be pursuing the matter while in South Africa.
Ramadhan had a successful spell with Bullets then called Bakili Bullets between 1997 and 2001.