Former Bullets coach Nsanzarwimo Ramadhan has disclosed that he is in the dark over the People’s Team’s interest to re-engage him.
Ramadham said he was not aware of his linking to Bullets as the newly elected General Secretary Harold Fote alleged in a report carried by local newspaper.
“I don’t know anything about Bullets getting interested in my services. Ask the one who informed Malawi Nation,” Ramadhan said.
Asked whether he is interested take up the offer the Burundian tactician now based in South Africa gave a hint that he could pick up the offer.
“I cannot comment on that let’s wait and see because it’s Bullets who have started,” he said.
Fote disclosed that Bullets would engage Ramadhan as head coach with Blantyre United head coach Eliah Kananji coming in as assistant coach and Mabvuto Lungu as second assistant coach.
However, there was nothing mentioned for the position of caretaker head coach Lloyd Nkhwazi.
Fote was quoted as saying Ramadhan had left an impeccable record during the 1997-200 period he served for the club.
He also said the People’s Team would set a target for the new coaches to win at least two cups in the forthcoming season.
Last season Bullets failed to win a cup and finished on unfamiliar eight position in the TNM Super League.
Last year Ramadhan expressed interest to return to Malawi to join Civo United or Silver Strikers who were struggling before the two Lilongwe archrivals settled for local ones.
Civo officials last year confirmed that they were looking at options of engaging the Burundian because of his pedigree.
Ramadhan also coached Mighty Wanderers before leaving for Botswana in 2002-03 and then South Africa.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :