Big Bullets FC have to wait a little bit longer to have Burundian coach Swazurimo Ramadan as their own mentor following his comments at a news conference on Monday at Malawi Sun Hotel.
Ramadan said he was “delighted” with the discussions he had with Big Bullets but emphasized he will make a final decision before the 2014 soccer season kicks-off.
“I agree with 80 per cent of the terms in our agreement but l have to go back home to consult my family,” said Ramadan, who is expected to leave on Wednesday.
Ramadan, who refused to divulge more information on the contract which he was offered, said if all goes well the Peoples Team should expect good results.
“If my family give me a go ahead to put pen to paper on this contract it will be easy to coach Bullets since it’s not the first time,” he said.
However, according to an inside source from Bullets, Ramadan was asking for K1.1 million as monthly salary while Bullets were offering K300,000.
Big Bullets chairman Kondi Nsungama said they had a fruitful meeting with Ramadan and assured Bullets fans that soon they will know whether the coach has put pen to paper or not.
Nsungama also said they will manage to pay a foreign coach because their club boasts of million followers.
“If each supporter can contribute something, what can stop us from helping our club financially?,”he said.
Kondi also said they haven’t set any targets for Ramadan if he will accept the offer.
During the meeting, Blantyre United coach Elijah Kananji, who was tipped to become Bullets’s assistant coach was not present.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :