Epac FC owner Dean Josaya Banda is furious with Big Bullets FC for including their goalkeeper Owen Chaima in their squad which left for Comoros Islands on Saturday to play Fomboni FC in the CAF League next week.
Josaya was irked when he heard that the Peoples Team have included his player on their final squad to Comoros.
“I am warning Bullets that if they will dare to use Chaima in their game l will report them to CAF because they cannot take our player without the consent,” said Banda.
Josaya said they charged Bullets K2 million which they promised to pay before leaving for their trip.
He aid they also gave Bullets a chance to pay half of the amount before settling the balance later which they have failed.
“I don’t know what is wrong with Bullets that they take us for granted. They failed to take players from other clubs yet they feel we are their nursery. Enough is enough we will react,” said Josaya.
Chaima was sold to Epac in April 2014.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :