Bullets coach Pasusa returns to Zimbabwe: Yet to agree a 2-year deal

Nyasa Big Bullets says  their Zimbabwean coach Callisto Pasuwa  has agreed “in principle” to a two-year contract but his  local representative Felix Ngamanya Sapao said the mentor is yet to signed the dotted lines of the contract and has flown back to Harare.

Pasuwa:  Yet to sign new contract

The champions chief administration officer Albert Chigoga said they agreed to the terms with Pasuwa.

“He [Pasuwa] has signed a two-year contract extention,” Chigoga said.

He said the club was immensely impressed by Pasuwa’s league title defence and the successful team-building project which saw a number of youngsters, such as Charles Petro, Nixon Nyasulu, Peter Banda, Chimwemwe Idana and Hassan Kajoke, excelling in their debut season.

But Sapao said the coach was back in Zimbabwe  after a tough and gruelling season that saw the People’s Team defend the TNM Super League title after pipping their age-old rivals Be Forward Wanderers by a point because  there were some hitches in the contract negotiations.

He said Pasuwa has not signed a new contract yet and that negotiations are still on going.

“There are some issues that need to be sorted out first,” pointed out Sapao.

He is reportedly a target of some clubs in Tanzani and  Dynamos FC in his homeland.

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Mozey
Mozey
1 year ago

This Pasuwa guy should not hold us to ransom. Bullets has been a successful club for years and he only came last year. Let him come out open instead of using interest from other teams to rip us off. he is good but not indispensable

Fake Petros
Fake Petros
1 year ago
Reply to  Mozey

Domestic success is not success at all my friend. Ndikuziputsitsa!!! It is self-masturbation!!!
No wonder Malawi football is nothing, non-existent at both club and national level

MASO ENA
MASO ENA
1 year ago

SAPAO IS ANOTHER JANE ANSAH TO MALQWI FOOTBALL, REMEMBER THE PETER MPONDA SAGA?

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