Bullets supporters reached Bulawayo after march ended: Failed to watch their team

In a dramatic turn of events, Nyasa Big Bullets supporters who left Malawi last Friday to cheer their team on Saturday in Bulawayo in the CAF Champions league arrived in Bulawayo around 6pm when the game had ended 2 hours before.

Bullets fans with their placard…Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

The Bullets fans were asked to contribute K40 000 each to go and give moral support to their team against Platinum FC in a return leg after a goalless draw in the first leg at Kamuzu Stadium.

The group of 60 fans only arrived in the City of Kings two hours after the match on Saturday which the People’s Team lost 3-2

Reports indicate that the bus they used broke down along the way at Nyamapanda Boarder Post and they were forced to jump into other buses which made them arrive in Bulawayo around 6pm on the match day. Bullets lost the match by 3 goals to 2 and are out of the competition.

“It’s so painful! K40 000 is gone without watching the game! And the team lost.

“I don’t know what management was thinking to give us a bus that is so faulty. The same bus broke down in a journey between Blantyre and Lilongwe. I wonder why we were given the same bus to travel to Zimbabwe. It’s so painful,” remarked one Bullets fan who did not want to be named.

But in a video that has gone viral on social media, Bullets Director of Supporters, Stone Mwamadi, is seen with other supporters saying they are enjoying themselves in Bulawayo and that the team played well although they lost the game. But surely supporters never watched the game.

Bullets administration director Albert Chigoga described the development as unfortunate.

The supporters returned home on Sunday.

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COPS
COPS
1 year ago

kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk koma zoseketsa kwambiri! Amalawi siziti thera, too much drama in everything!

POOR MAN FEEL IT
1 year ago

BUS IMENEIJA ZOOONA INGAFIKE KU ZIMBABWE ZA ZIIIIIIIIII NGATI IMALEPHERA KUKWELA CHIWETA KKKKKKKKK

Popi
Popi
1 year ago

Bad luck

Kadenge
Kadenge
1 year ago

Fisi uyu mumati Stone Mwamadi uyu is a very devilish character which do not need to be anywhere near Big Bullets. Why are such people still being torerated in football circles.

nompumelelo khuzwayo

kumvetsa chisoni neba!!!!!!

Chukambiri
Chukambiri
1 year ago

About 30,000 supporters left for Zimbabwe, really??? Do you know that the number of supporters you have metioned here is more than the capacity of Kamuzu Stadium? Can a single bus carry 30,000 supporters?

Agenda Setting Theory
Agenda Setting Theory
1 year ago
Reply to  Chukambiri

Are we reading the same news story or mine has been tippexed? I can see 30,000 supporters, I can only see 60 fans

Chukambiri
Chukambiri
1 year ago

The article has been edited my bro. after posting my comment, the reporter realised than indeed there was a typing error. For your information I was the first person to post a comment on this srticle .

Dambolangalu
Dambolangalu
1 year ago

Please, please management need to look into these issues. Why on earth such things are still happening in this modern era, its totally disturbing. Wake up

Mark Thom
Mark Thom
1 year ago

the headline is wrong- “has ended” not fitting

Peter
Peter
1 year ago

Just asking did this 30,000 supports left in one BUS, did all this 30,000 all do nyasatimes do you proof read your posts

Mavikumutu
Mavikumutu
1 year ago

Hahahahhahahah Bullets siidzamva. Ili ngati DIPHWIPHWI

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