Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club has reinstated its susspended coach Nsazurwimo Ramadhan.
The Burundian tactician was suspended for four matches last month following the team’s poor run of form in its opening league matches.
He was later replaced by his assistant Elia Kananji who took full control of the team until last Sunday when the team lost 2-1 to Silver
Strikers in a league match played at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.
Bullets General Secretary Albert Chigoga has confirmed the return of the former Flames mentor to the Bullets family.
“We have actually made a resolution the coach return and resume his work,” said Chigoga.
Chigoga indirectly admitted that there are divisions among the players towards Ramadhan’s return.
It is understood that some senior players are against his return while others are welcoming the the idea of bringing back the coach.
According to Chigoga, the Club Executive will hold a meeting with all the players and technical panel to justify why they have decided to
reinstate the coach.
“Some are agreeing while some are resisting so we will be holding a meeting with the players and members of the technical panel to make them understand and fully adopt the idea of bringing back the coach,” explained Chigoga.
The coach is epected to resume work Wednesday.
Big Bullets is currently on position six of the 16 member log table with 15 points from 10 games.
Their old age city rivals Mighty Be Forward are on the driving seat with 22 points from nine games.