Bullets coach Nswazurwimo Ramadhan is convinced his side will go far in the CAF Champions League.
Malawi champions survived a scare when drawing 2-2 with visiting Fomboni Club de Moheil from the Comoros on Saturday afternoon to qualify for the 2015 Caf Champions League first round.
However, Ramadhan was not too disheartened with the draw.
He was happy his side built on their first leg 1-0 win to qualify 3-2 on aggregate.
Meanwhile, misunderstandings has engulfed the team’s executive and its trustees as reports indicate that the trustees were forcing acting treasurer for the team Henry Nkhoma to give them their allowances for coming to watch the game at Kamuzu Stadium.
When Nkhoma tried to reason with them that the team has no money,the trustees
showered insults towards the treasure and his committee.
Bullets chairman Kondi Msungama has confirmed of the misunderstanding ,describing it as worry some development as it risk disturbing the team preparation for their next encounter in two week time.
He said the trustees led by Mzuzu-based Grace Chenda Mkandawire were demanding K40,000 each as an
allowance for watching the game .
“Indeed it was sad incident, our treasure was forced to release the cash to avoid a lot of insults words which was being said against him ,” said Msungama.
Msungama disclosed that all is not rosy in Bullets camp.