Veteran Big Bullets and Flames international midfielder Fischer Kondowe has pleaded with the club executive committee to maintain the current squad as the team is preparing to take part in the continental showpiece Confederation of African Football (CAF) Club Championship next year.
The call comes amid reports that the club officials wants to rope in a number of new faces as part of strengthening the club ahead of the Caf competition.
Nyasa Times understands that Bullets has been considering signing on loan Moyale Barracks striker Gastin Simkonda to beef up the striking force.
Simkonda finished the 2014-15 Super League Season with 17 goals.
Kondowe, who was part of the Bullets team that reached the quarterfinal stage of the Caf club championship in 2004 under the mentorship of Kinnah Phiri, said the current squad can bring results as long as the club meets their demands.
“The only advice I can give is that we maintain the same players that we have. These are the players that can deliver if they are given what they want,” Kondowe told a local radio on Thursday.
Meanwhile, money wrangles are refusing to die in Bullets camp as the players are demanding a 60% cut from the K9 Million prize money for emerging Super League champions.
The executive is yet to respond on the matter which was raised a fort night ago.