Big Bullets F.C and Burundian coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan are currently having contractual talks hoping to offer the coach a full time job, Nyasa Times understands.
Nsanzurwimo threw in the towel over a month ago following threats from supporters who reached the extent of chasing him with Panga’s from the training ground accusing him of being a loyalist of former Chairman Kondi Msungama who resigned from his position.
According to Ramadhan’s Manager Kelvin Moyo, the discussions between the coach and the club have reached an advanced stage and that he might resume work soon under a formal contract.
“Negotiations have gone on well so far and we are hopeful that he should resume work very soon,” Moyo is quoted in the The Nation.
Ramadhan was spotted at the Dedza Stadium over the past weekend where Bullets went to face Kamuzu Barracks and the game ended 1-1.
In a related development, Bullets defender Sankhani Mkandawire is yet to sign a new contract with the people’s team.
His current contract expires in June this year.
The player confirmed having received a pre-contract which he is currently going through plus consulting family members.
He admitted that the wrangles at Bullets have delayed the process as the player was left blank on who to consult in terms of contractual talks.
Meanwhile, Mkandawire says all will be settled within a period of two weeks.