Big Bullets F.C supporters have fired the club Executive Committee and its Chairman Kondi Msungama.
Bullets supporters Vice Chairman Stone Mwamadi confirmed that the supporters and players are unhappy with the way the club is being run.
According to Mwamadi, the executive committee has failed to pay the players in the past four months a development he said has extensively affected the players lives and the team performance.
Mwamadi said Msungama and his committee have failed to live by their words that they will always put at heart the welfare of players during their term of office.
“We are concerned. Upon taking office the executive promised to look into player’s welfare as a priority but now the players walk to training and are unpaid for four months. If they have failed, they should step down” Mwamadi is quoted by the Nation newspaper dated 30th March, 2015.
Bullets General Secretary Harold Fote dismissed Mwamadi’s claims and said the players have been receiving their weekly allowances.
Fote blamed Mwamadi for not consulting relevant authorities to give him right information.
On his part, Bullets Chairman Msungama said he is yet to be served with the termination letter.
But he was however quick to accept if the majority of Bullets fans demands the dissolution of the committee.
“I am yet to receive the letter but what I can say is that I am ready to quit if they ask me to do so because they are the people who elected us into office. If I go, I will go a very happy man after some good little notable achievements we have done at Bullets so far” said Msungama on Monday.
The in-house wrangle comes with less than six days before Bullets face Sudanese champions Al Hilal in the second leg of their Caf champion’s league clash.
Bullets need to score five goals and concede none if they are to progress into the next stage of the competition.
They were hammered 4-0 in the first leg away in Khartoum, Sudan. Meanwhile, Bullets has appealed to the government, Malawi F.A and other well wishers to financially support the club ahead of their tie against the Sudanese side.
Apart from close to K20 Million debts the team already has, they need about K15 Million to carter for all expenses during the time Al Hilal will be in the country.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :