Blantyre United has recalled their two players Tizyowere Kumwenda and versatile midfielder Victor Limbani from champions Big Bullets after their loan period has ended.
Technical director for Blantyre United, Lawson Nakoma confirmed to Nyasa Times on Saturday that the dateline which they agreed with Bullets to pay the transfer fee money had elapsed.
“Immediately, after the 2014 season ends the players are no longer with Bullets since the loan agreement was for a season. If Bullets are interested in buying them they should approach us,” said Nakoma.
Nakoma also warned Bullets never to register the two players in CAF without their consent.
“Let me take this opportunity to warn Bullets to desist from registering their two players in CAF because they belong to Blantyre United or else if they still want their services they have to buy them,” he said.
On another note, Nakoma has fired another warning shot to Super League clubs that they should not expect free players from his relegated side.
“Any club seeking for the services of our players must prepare to cough deep in their pockets, otherwise we are not letting any player to go for free,” he said.
Blantyre United is one of the teams that has sold many players to Super League clubs.
For instance, they sold Dalitso Sailesi, Brown Mizeyi to Big Bullets, Thoko Stambuli to Silver Strikers and they also send Victor Limbani and Tizyowere Kumwenda to the Peoples team