Trouble brewing at Nyasa BB, Fischer snubs disciplinary committee

There is growing frustration among some players at Nyasa Big Bullets  as the club owes players more than K40 million (about $60 000) in signing on fees which were supposed to be paid before the kick off of the new season.

Moyo: No player except captain can talk to the media

Moyo: No player except captain can talk to the media

Fischer Kondowe: Yeah man, they want to finish me off

Fischer Kondowe: Yeah man, they want to finish me off

The club is reportedly persecuting players who are pushing for payment of their signing on fees.

Yet new players signed before the beginning of the season who includea John Lanjesi, Emmanuel Zoya from Civo, Mike Mkwate from Wizards, Ernest Kakhobwe from Azam Tigers, Muhammad Sulumba, George Nyirenda, Amadu Makawa and Kondwani Kumwenda have been paid the signing on fees.

The players refused to grant interview to Nyasa Times, saying according to the club’s code of conduct which they signed, Captain Chiukepo Msowoyais  the only player authorised to speak to the media.

Msowoya dismissed the matter as unfounded.

“It is not true to the best of my knowledge,” said Msowoya.

Acting general secretary Kelvin Moyo confirmed owing the players over K40 million in signing on fees but denied selective payment of the signing on fees.

Meanwhile, veteran midfielder Fischer Kondowe on Wednesday told off a disciplinary committee set up to hear a case in which he is being accused of breaching the club’s code of conduct by giving an interview to the media in which he accused some member of the technical committee of  trying to ‘finish him off’.

The disciplinary panel, comprising acting general secretary (GS) Kelvin Moyo, technical director Billy Tewesa, assistant coach Mabvuto Lungu and supporters chairperson Stone Mwamadi were left shock shelled when refused to face them,  saying they are ones who have a vendetta against him.

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These are the reasons why sometimes its good to retire when you are on top of your game. Fisher had his time and its best he should have retired by now.


I am sure timati “shell shocked” and not shock shelled!! Completely meaningless!!! Lembani mukuzidziwa …

generation of vipers

I thought you made noise about massive sponsorship, so where is this outstanding 40million coming from?




Give prayers their money.Without prayer,u cant be there kukhala pamipando kumaphwisa.BB ndi mapuleya.They must be heard so that they produce good result.Fisher and others,are right.Dont dare to punisha them.Apatsen ndalama ni zawo.We 95% respect prayers and coach,ma excecutive inu,5%.Give them by monday,akhale atalandila.Ngati simuwapatsa,i will catch ur necks-Mzakwacha.Pretoria.+27724922299.

Chris Hara

Sometimes The Football Adminstrators Need To Be Questioned In Some Of Their Descions Bcoz There Is No Way You Can Stop A Player From Granting Interviews To The Media Yet You Know That You Owe Them Millions Of Kwachas. This Is Wat Is Killing Malawian Football, Lets Be Democratic Let Them Express Their Anger, For Its Their Money.

bentry chirwa

Our executive and technical panel should look at this issue with good perspective. Frustrating players like Fischer kondowe and other senior players can’t be condoned at any cost. Remember if a player breaks his silence means he Has endured at high time,


i dont think f kondowe my old time favourite is just talking ! he has a point and needs attentiom . he surely inpresses to survive playing gd football this long ! gd luck fuscher !

Roza Muroma

Yeah! The peoples team. Why is kelvin Moyo always embroidded in controversies? I’am not convinced with this guy, he looks crooked so much. Can you be there without players?


Fisher u r a gone case b4 v fire u just retire
Wat do u think that u can still play a big NO ????????????????????????????

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