Malawi’s CAF Champions League flag carries Big Bullets FC have opened an account with NBS Bank from which they are hoping to raise K10 million to fulfil its opening CAF first leg preliminary round match against Fomboni Club De Moheil from the Comoros Island, club officials have confirmed.
Bullets will play its first Caf game against Fomboni Club De Moheil on 13th February and they need about K30 million.
According to the quotation the club has acquired from its travel agent, each individual will require K800, 000.00.
Bullets will travel with a delegation of thirty people which already translate to K24, 000,000.00.
The rest of the money will carter other expenses including players allowances.
Bullets general secretary Harold Fote said the account was opened at NBS Bank Blantyre Branch on Wednesday and the number is 0020981070012.
Fote appealed to all Bullets supporters and well-wishers to deposit “at least K100 each”.
Fote assured that the funds would not be abused as the account has four signatories, namely club chairperson Kondie Msunganma, treasurer Alex Gondwe, main supporters committee chairperson Bruce Tambwali and trustees chairperson James Busile.
Recently, Msungama told the media that the club will organize a couple event including dinner and dance, live music performance among other things to raise funds for Caf tournament.