Malawi champions Big Bullets has suffered another huge setback ahead of their CAF campaign following the resignation of one of their key player’s and former captain Sankhani Mkandawire.
The club through its General Secretary Harold Fote confirmed the resignation of Mkandawire.
Fote said that the letter the player has submitted did not contain the reasons why he has decided to throw in the towel.
“It is true that Mr. Mkandawire submitted his resignation letter but no reasons have been given” said Fote.
He admitted that the departure of Mkandawire who last season inspired the club to top flight Super League Championship and Carlsberg Cup is a huge blow to the team.
“We cannot talk of out teams’ 2014 success without mentioning Sankhani, he played a big role” he said.
But Fote was optimistic that the player has decided to move on without grudges against the club.
“This is good [resigning without indicating reasons] in other way because this means that he has no grudges against us as a club”.
Mkandawire was linked with a possible move to a South African Premier Soccer Club Black Leopards last year.
Meanwhile, the player is yet to announce his next move on whether he will completely quit football all join another club.