Nyasa Big Bullets called for a crisis meeting at their club house following the team’s poor run in the first week of Malawi’s topflight TNM Super League.
Bullets have made uncharacteristic start in the league after a goalless draw against rookies Chitipa United before succumbing to a 1-0 loss to Moyale Barracks in their first outing.
The disastrous loss was followed up by a 1-0 to Silver Strikers in the inaugural lucrative Airtel Top 8 in the first leg of the quarterfinals at Bingu National Stadium on Saturday.
Bullets General Secretary Albert Chigoga confirmed that they summoned the technical panel to appreciate the problems that led the team to such a poor run in the two competitions.
But Chigoga downplayed the rationale of the meeting saying it was their routine meeting after a match.
“We indeed held the meeting with the coaching panel for us to review the games in the past week in which unfortunately we didn’t do well,” Chigoga said.
“It’s normal for us do that and we expect that after analysing the game we should be able to turn around the misfortunes,” he said.
In a related development some sections of Bullets fans suggested that their estranged former technical director Billy Tewesa should return to the team with his magic wand.
The poor run is cause for concern for highly rated Burundian tactician Nsazwirwimo Ramadhan who has returned for the third time.