Big Bullets star Mussa Manyenje was delighted with his goal scoring performance in victory over Moyale Barracks on Saturday in the TNM Super League at Kamuzu Stadium.
“It’s a dream come true to win the league title. It’s a good feeling,” said Manyenje who volleyed in the lone goal on the 49 minute to hand the Bullets an unassailable 59 points.
The lone goal enabled the Bullets to grab the championship they last clinched in 2005 with a dead rubber game against Blantyre United in hand to finish the season on December 6.
“It was a fantastic game for us. We played well and l scored an important goal,” said Manyenje.
“On the individual level I am very happy with my performance, because I scored a goal. But the most important thing is the team, which played very well,’ said the former Epac FC star.
Coach Elijah Kananji praised Manyenje for scoring a goal that has crowned Bullets the 2014 champions.
The Bullets consultant coach Nsanzuwrimo Ramadhan, who joined coach Elias Kananji in the last two months of the campaign, aid team work had helped the country’s most popular team reclaim their lost glory.
“It was really a team work. We work as a family,” said Ramadhan in a post-match interview.
“I congratulate the entire Bullets family – the executive, technical panel, players and the supporters for winning the title,” added the Burundian mentor Ramadhan
Team chairperson Kondi Msungama said it was now time for Bullets FC to concentrate on the CAF preparations.