Bullets supporters protest Tewesa’s sacking

A group of people claiming to be Nyasa Big Bullets die-hard supporters have expressed their dissapointment towards the cclub’s recent decision of firing Technical Director Billy Tewesa.

Bullets fans to have proper home ground and their stands...Photo By Jeromy Kadewere.
Bullets fans love Tewesa

Speaking to Nyasa Times, one of the supporters Elias  Mponda said the concerned supporters have been meeting at their club house to discuss their next move.

“We first met on Tuesday afternoon and on Thursday. We feel like Tewesa has been mistreated because he is a true son of Bullets FC. We have already approached both the executive and Tewesa on the matter and hope this will come to fruition,” said Mponda.

Another Machinjiri based supporter Judith Chiboko told Nyasa Times that the club executive is at fault for firing one of the most important person for the club.

“Tewesa is the most feared man by any of our opponents. The club cannot do without him because he knows the club inside and outside. The executive will have to pay for making such a wrong decision,” said Chiboko.

Reacting to the developments, Tewesa said he is not bitter having been shown the exit door at the club.

He said he has received calls from several people not to step down but felt the executive had the final say to his future at the club.

Tewesa and Coach Franco Ndawa were fired on Sunday through a secret ballot following the club’s recent poor showing both in league and cup games.

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Wa NBB weniweni
Wa NBB weniweni
5 years ago

Kodi akufuna akachotsa a NBB enineniwo atsale ma outsiders okhaokhawo eti? You can mess up with any supporter, you can mess up with any coach, you can mess up even with me, but don’t you at any cost mess up with true NBB gurus like Tewesa. You are treading on hot water.

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