Bullets long serving midfielder Fischer Kondowe has revealed that he will not retire next season and will prolong his playing career.
“Yeah man, I will keep on playing. I have made a decision,” said Kondowe who will turn 40 next year.
Kondowe was reacting to comments on social media that he will be qutting because of his age.
But the midfielder defiantly insists he has no plans to quit.
He revealed his plans to play on beyond his 40th birthday.
“I will not be forced into retirement,” he said.
“I believe I still have something to offer as a player,” said Fischer.
Apart from Bullets, Fischer who has been a key member of Bullets since 1999 and was part of their dream team which qualified for the quarter-finals of the CAF Champions League in 2004 had stints with Umtata Bushbucks, Black Leopards and Bloemfontein Celtic in South Africa.
Bullets coach Mbavuto Lungu said he was delighted that Kondowe is going to finish his career with the club.