Former Big Bullets coach Elija Kananji, who is with Mighty Be-Forward Wanderers has wished his former club all the best to Comoros Islands for this Sunday’s 2015 Caf Champions League preliminary round, first leg match against Fomboni Club de Moheil.
Kananji who guided the Bullets to TNM Super League title before he was overshadowed by Burundian tactician Nsanzuwrimo Ramadan said Bullets victory is for the entire nation.
“I even talked with some of the players encouraging them that they can do it. Their victory is for every Malawian, so let us wish them the best,” said Kananji.
Bullets are holed up in Tanzania while in transit after they left Malawi by road on Sunday, hoping to connect to the islands on Wednesday. But flight connection problems mean that the Bullets will only depart for Dar es Salaam this Saturday.
The Malawi Super League champions’ return to the continental championship, for the first time since 2004, has faced funding hitches. It took Malawi league sponsor TNM’s intervention to fund the Bullets’ trip.
Coach Ramadan is leading the technical panel that includes his deputy Lloyd Nkhwazi, technical director Billy Tewesa and team doctor Godfrey Ng’ambi.
Goalkeepers –Vincent Gona;
Defenders – Pilirani Zonda, Sankhani Mkandawire, Bashir Maunde, Yamikani Fodya and Miracle Gabeya
Midfielders – Fischer Kondowe, Davie Ng’ambi, Dalitso Sailesi, Henry Kabichi, James Chilapondwa, Victor Limbani and Jafalie Chande
Strikers –Mussa Manyenje and Tizgobere Kumwenda.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :