Bullets FC have turned their focus on Burundian coach Nsazwarwimo Ramadhan’s son Abbas after failing to secure the coach’s signature for second spell with the People’s Team
Technical Director for Bullets, Billy Tewesa said the young Ramadhan, who plays as midfielder-cum defender, would come for trials within the week.
“He is a good player but he will have to be assessed by the coaches before being signed if they feel that he has what it takes to fit in,” Tewesa said.
Tewesa also disclosed that he was an agent for Abbas, who plays for lower division side in South Africa.
In a related development, Bullets coach Elia Kananji is optimistic that his team would manage to secure the services of newly acquired players Tizgowere Kumwenda, Pilirani Zonda among others.
Kananji said he was assured by the executive committee that they would process the transfer transactions of the new players before the April 18 deadline.
“I have been assured that they will sign the players I have recommended to them for the team to achieve its goal in the forthcoming season,” Kananji said.
He said he would love to have a blend of experienced players and up-and-coming ones.
In Bullets rivals camp, Mighty Wanderers some supporters on Saturday demanded the removal of coach Stuart Mbolembole due to what they described as poor performance of the team.
The demand was made at a preparatory meeting for the new season that was called by the main supporters committee in Blantyre.
The meeting was presided over by their chairperson Dinesi Chitsulo who said the demand was just a proposal from the supporters.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :