Former Bullets expatriate coach Nsazwirwimo Ramadhan arrived on Wednesday to beef up the team’s technical panel as the TNM Super League campaign gets nervy.
Bullets General Secretary Harold Fote confirmed that Ramadhan arrived on Wednesday at Chileka Airport in Blantyre to strengthen the technical panel led by former Blantyre United coach Elia Kananji.
Fote said the Burundian coach would meet the technical panel and the coach on Thursday before getting down to serious business.
He is hopeful that Ramadhan will get Bullets back on track in their bid to win a league title in 10 years.
“We decided to engage Ramadhan on short contract to help us improve on our performance especially the striking force,” Fote said.
But the Bullets General Secretary fell short of words to disclose the role that the Burundian would play.
The decision to re-engage Ramadhan divided Bullets executive committee which forced Treasurer Noel Lipipa to throw in the towel after his stand against the move was ignored.
Ramadhan was spotted by former Bullets chairperson Yusuf Matumula in the late 90s while coaching Vital O and he went on to win the Super League title for three consecutive years.
But after falling out with Bullets he dumped the team to join archrivals Mighty Wanderers.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :