Bullets FC coach Nsanzarwimo Ramadhan is confident that the Malawi champions will qualify for the first round of the CAF Champions League after recording an important away 1-0 victory to Fomboni FC in Comoros courtesy of a late goal from Tizgowere Kumwenda on Sunday.
Ramadhan said after struggling to find their feet in the first half the team managed to raise the tempo of the match but failed to score.
He said Bullets would appeal to all the fans to come and rally behind the team.
“I don’t undermine any opponent but they were not up to standard. When we are at home I will ask our player number 12 [red army fans] to come in and play that game,” said the Burundian tactician.
He said although the Bullets dominated the game laxity denied them to score more goals.
“The possession of the ball, the transition was good. Only one thing that we were having possession in a negative way. I think that’s an element we need to work on,” he said.
Bullets Technical Director also said then Comoros champions were not a good side.
“We will face them. They are not a good side and some of the players have never player an international match,” he said.
“But we will make some changes here and there in our next game but pattern of play wasn’t bad,” said the coach
Going into the Champions League, the Bullets were hit by funding problems and the ruling out of four players, including new signings Owen Chaima and Chiukepo Msowoya.
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