Former Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, Nyasa Bullets and Malawi national football team captain Meck Mwase has said he is in the dark over a possible return to Bullets as assistant coach to Nsazwirwimo Ramadhan.
Mwase, who served as assistant coach to to Gilbert Chirwa said he has not been officially approached by the team.
“I have heard it but haven’t been contacted by Bullets that they need as assistant coach,” Mwase said.
The soft-spoken coach said he would have to look at the offer if approached before deciding whether to go for it or not.
“I can’t say much about this. Let me hear from them first,” he said.
Ramadhan has earmarked Mwase and Gilbert Chirwa on the position of assistant coach after his initial prefered candidate Patrick Kulemeka turned down an offer.
Kulemeka cited the approach by the Burundian tactician as the one of the main reasons for turning down the offer.
No reaction has come from Gilbert Chirwa but his bid to return to coaching will make him one of the eligible candidates earmarked for the post.
Mwase also wrote on his Facebook Timeline that: “don’t forget me I am available.”
Mwase nearly made a record in Swaziland as Mbabane Highlanders missed to win the title by a whisker on his debutant 2015 season. But he left early in the last season after failing to agree on his condition despite being liked by players and fans alike.