Bullets to fly to Comoros on Saturday from Tanzania: CAF game on Sunday

Malawi’s flag carrier in this year’s CAF champions edition, Big Bullets will fly from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania to the Comoros Island on Saturday   after missing their flight where they are expected to play Fomboni FC in the first leg of the preliminary round of the tournament.

Bullets players :  Stuck in Tanzania
Bullets players : Stuck in Tanzania

The TNM Super League Champions, who had planned to fly out to the Comoros on Tuesday, arrived in Dar es Salaam Monday and eventually missed the flight after their secretariat failed to book seats for the 27-member travelling party.

On the Wednesday flight, there were only six seats available against their 27-member squad.

The team will fly out to Comoros on Saturday, a day before their encounter (on Sunday).

They are camping at St Aroche Grand Hotel, a development that has raised fears that they might end up spending more than expected.

Initially, they travelled from Malawi to Tanzania by road to cut costs.

Meanwhile, Epac FC have threatened to report ‘The People’s Team’ does not honour goalkeeper Owen Chaima’s K1.8 million transfer fee.

Epac apparently gave Bullets 48 hours from Monday to pay the transfer fee or they will ask CAF to deregister the player.

“Bullets have registered our player without clearance and we will report the matter to CAF if the issued is not addressed,” reads Epac’s letter addressed to Football Association of Malawi.

However, Bullets Chairperson Kondi Msungama has sought the intervention of FAM on the matter and asked Epac not to issue threats.

But Bullets FC General Secretary Harold Fote argued that Epac are not cooperating as they refused to receive a cheque from them.

“A cheque is a legal tender and we made a commitment to honour the payment. It is not like we are playing tricks.

“We are currently in transit. Once we arrive at our destination, we will settle the issue. That is why we have sought FAM’s involvement,” Fote is quoted as saying by The Nation, Malawi’s daily.

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Sautso lungu
5 years ago

GOD WILL HELP OUR TEAM.

Yanga-yanga man
5 years ago

Zabwino zonse maule bt next tym plan izakhale yabwino

baggio
5 years ago

ndithawi yoti tigwilane manja amalawi sithawi yolodzana dzala kaya siwewa maule ndiwe wabali yinayi koma pano ukwera ya maule nyimbo itakayimbibwe kumeneko nation arthem, sikuti ndiya bullets koma ndiya amalawi go go go maule.tigonjetse sanje ndikaduka mudalitseso bullets paulendo wa ku comoroz mayi malawi

rodgers banda
rodgers banda
5 years ago

Zabwino zonse bb ine ngat mmalawi ndili nawo pambuyopo

Kadesh
Kadesh
5 years ago

40 years was enough for the Israelites to enter Canaan where everything was sorted for their betterment.

Andrew tandwe
Andrew tandwe
5 years ago

Mulungu amakondela bb

Yankeez
Yankeez
5 years ago

Munkakafusa ndege ngati muikufunsa basi? Ndege timabukilatu a Kondie mungokhala ngati ndege musanakwelepo? Timati tikwele nawo mawa mnchifukwa chake munapeza yodzaza kaya, pliz next time book in advance malo mudzawapenza pepani school siimathatu a Fote, next tome Fote and Kondie out, ife mbuli zophunzila ayi!!!!!

Khama Matola
Khama Matola
5 years ago

G0d will help BB

Kalizalizard
5 years ago

Pendapenda sikugwa koma kuchalira ulendo, tikafika bax

Peter
Peter
5 years ago

Next time plan better folks.

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