Nyasa Big Bullets Coach Nswazurimo Ramadan has called for patience among the club supporters following recent losses to rivals, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers. It is understood that some supporters were ganging for an immediate off season crisis meeting following Saturday’s loss to the Nomads in theWafawafa Big four Bonanza staged at the Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe.
However, speaking to Nyasa Times after the Bonanza, Ramadan said he is still building a winning team and was impressed with his team’s performance in the just ended bonanza.
“I don’t think it’s time to start pressing the panic buttons. I said it that it won’t be an easy ride to bring back the confidence in our players but am very impressed with their response. We gave Wanderers a good game on Saturdaybut lucky was not our side and hope next time, it will be our day,” said Ramadan.
The former Flames Coach also rubisshed claims from other quaters that the team needs an overhaul if success is to return at the club.
“I have heard other analysts claiming we need more new players. I don’t think they know Bullets the way I know it, hence their claims. Am very happy with the support I have had from the sponsors, the trustees and the executive regarding ttansfers. We had our targets and got what was right for the club. If there will be a need for more additions, then we will sit down again and discuss about it,” Ramadan said.
Despite losing to Wanderers on Saturday, Bullets were a better team on the pitch in the first 45 minutes with Chimango Kaira showing signs of maturity on the midfield. However, the Lali Lubani boys proved too strong soon after recess following tactical substitutions by Coach Yasin “Titch’ Osman.
In December, the people’s team lost twice within a space of 7 days to their rivals in the Bus Ipite Bonanza and Saturday’s loss is an additional root of torments it’s supporters will endure up their next meeting.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :