Coach Mpulula seizes BT Utd equipment over unpaid dues

Suspended Blantyre United Coach Leo Mpulula has  seized a team kit and balls as a way of forcing club management pay him his
arrears.

Mpulula: Blantyre United treated me badly

Mpulula admitted the act but revealed he made thorough consultation before taking action.

“Before I made the decision to do so, I did consultations and I even consulted the National Coaches Association,” Mpulula told a local radio on Wednesday.

Nyasa Times understands that the club later issued a K180,000 cheque which was given to Mpulula through Stuart Mbolembole who is one of the senior members of National Coaches Association.

Mpulula was suspended at Blantyre United due to poor run of form by the club.

Meanwhile, unconfirmed reports reaching Nyasa Times indicates that the Blantyre United Executive Committee has resolved to completely fire Mpulula.

On the other hand, club officials have refused to comment on the latest action of Mpulula in confiscating team equipment.

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chris nazombe
chris nazombe
4 years ago

i thought blantyre united owe him a million kwacha but allas! 180,000 kkkkk

mzika
mzika
4 years ago

Koma Leo sazatheka……. mphamvu ya LA

john
4 years ago

A leo Muzikula koma ndi anthu omwewa amakusokhelani ndalama mukudwala muzikhara ndi ulemu chonde ngakhale ma player mumawatukwana muzawafuna sikulina

Mzozodo
Mzozodo
4 years ago
Reply to  john

Wayankhula mawu aise, it might sound rude, but thats reality, meaning zapamawa sizidziwika, sudziwa amene azakuthandize

Ayuzy
Ayuzy
4 years ago

one agai, Leo Mpulula ; coach of all times!

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