Nyasa Big Bullets have said they are in the dark over the position of defenders Emmanuel Zoya and Miracle Gabeya trials after media reports indicated that the players have been sidelined.
Zoya attended trials at Zambia’s top league side Red Arrows while Gabeya was with South Africa Africa’s Highlands Park.
Meanwhile, Zoya has returned home while Gabeya is expected back within the week.
Bullets FC chief executive officer Fleetwood Haiya reporters in Blantyre they could not take media reports as gospel truth until the two teams come up with an official position on the issue.
He said in the absence of written communication Bullets could not conclude that the deals have fell through.
” We are hearing in the media that Emmanuel Zoya and Miracle Gabeya have not been successful in their trials. But our position is that these players have not yet failed until get official information from them,” Haiya said.
“We have written them letters seeking clarification on their position because both clubs were supposed to write to us by Monday to inform us whether our players have been successful or not,” he added.
He said Bullets would be willing to welcome them back because their services are needed at the club.
“If it turns out to be that they have not been successful we will get them back,” he said.
Gabeya passed trials last year at Highlands Park but contractual problems between his manager Patrick Mabedi and Bullets forced the club the to cancel the K26 million transfer deal leaving the player heart-broken.