Bullets still hopefull of ‘Bus Ipite’:  ‘We can get the job done in 2nd leg’

Nyasa Big Bullets coach Lloyd Nkhwazi and team manager Rahim Ishmail have urged Bullets fans to “stay calm” after a devastating 3-0 defeat against their rivals  Be Forward Wanderers on Bozing Day in the Luso TV Bus Ipite Bonanza.

Tacticians of Bullets , Raheem Ishmael, Mabvuto Lungu and Lloyd Nkhwazi..Photo Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times
Wanderers take huge first leg advantage.-Photo by Jeromy Kadewere, Nyasa Times

Be Forward Wanderers will take a massive advantage into  second leg of the bonanza in Lilongwe next Monday as they  take a three-goal lead.

But despite the humiliating defeat, coach Nkhwazi said heis confident of overturning the result in the capital.

“There is no humiliation. That is part one and full battle ends in Lilongwe, it is only there where we can say who has won the war,” said Nkhwazi.

“They won with 3-0. It’s mission possible to score four goals or even more in return match. This is Nyasa Big Bullets,  anything is possible,” he told Nyasa Times.

Team manager Ishmail said the People’s Team has gone back to the drawing board to rectify the problem that led them lose on Monday.

“ If Wanderers managed to score three goals in the first leg, we can as well achieve such a feat in the final leg,”  he said.

“I urge Bullets fans to stay calm.  We can get the job done in Lilongwe,” he added.

Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira has also said they will not throw caution to the wind in a bid to win the K25 million-worth 26-seater Nissan Caravan bus.

“We need to keep our feet on the ground.  We scored three in Blantyre. If we don’t think they can get three against us, we’ll be kidding ourselves. It’s not over,” warned Madeira.

“We have got another 90 minutes to go but we will not let them snatch the bus,” he said.

After the first leg at Kamuzu Stadium,  Nomads supporters erupted to chants of ‘Bus tatenga, kwatsala ndege… akwele nawo, akwele akwele a neibhour’.

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Joel Mandalasi
6 years ago

Noma Itenga Basi

6 years ago

Kudura mutu Goliat. Kkkk koma Manoma? Kwatsala kukauyika pa wind screen ya bus.

6 years ago

Neba, Chuvuta Mchani Kuvomereza,

6 years ago

Jafali Chande jafali Chande jafali Chande………………………..

6 years ago

zotheka kutenga thawi ilipo mawule mtima pasi tionana manday.

6 years ago

“They won with 3-0. It’s mission possible to score four goals or even more in return match. This is Nyasa Big Bullets, anything is possible,” he told Nyasa Times

Maloto a Gocho ena amatinso Gojo…kukota uli ndimatwins…the fact is that its Likely for Nyerere to score more than 3 goals again in Lz……Bullets can only afford a draw of 0-0…If bullets wont defend in Lilongwe axpect showers of goals at the new stadium…..i am telling you…Noma cant luz first game yapa BNS imposibo!!! Kalaweni fodya ku Nyasa msule….KB imetanso Dwangwa ndizigoli zankhaninkhani….Kwacga siyani kulota!

6 years ago

Acceptance nchamuna ndithu

the pillar
6 years ago

Dreaming in colour …kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk…Chumba kumalota akuyamwitsa mwana…..kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
…that is impossible……wagwa nayo neba.

6 years ago

Chande wll open Bingu Stadium Wth Two GOALZ!!!!! a buleti fc muteng ka kapu kamdzi kaja basi!!!!!!!

6 years ago

Akulu akulu osazinamiza bullets has no quality players and they have no determination Mark my words there is no way bullets can come back when they are 3 goals down mind you this is a new competition and you all know what noma does

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