Malawi National Football team U-20 and Super League side TN Stars head coach Meke Mwase has dismissed reports that he is in talks with his former team Nyasa Big Bullets to join the club as an assistant coach from 2019 season.
The former Swaziland’s soccer giants Mbabane Swallows F.C head coach told Nyasa Times that he has not been linked with any move from Bullets officials and that everything which is being spread on the social media are “unfounded rumours.”
Mwase could not not deny or accept whether he can be comfortable to welcome any Bullets offer if he is approached , saying he is currently focusing on his job at TN Stars.
The former Bullets defender said he can not concentrate much on commenting about something which is just a rumour.
“It always happens during season break that people normally create stories. But the fact is that I am currently attached to TN Stars where I was given a two year contract and am remaining with a solid one year which will expire in December 2019. So I can’t start making comments on this, I will wait until Bullets officials approach me,” said Mwase.
Bullets, who are the 2018 champions have been without deputy coach since the coming of Zimbabwean tactician Callisto Pasuwa, after the team fired their head coach Rodgers Yasin and his assistant Eliah Kananji.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :