Ramadhan kicks off Bullets preparations

Nyasa Big Bullets have started preparations for new season under the tutelege of Burundian tactician Nsazwirwimo Ramadhan’s third spell at the club.

Ramadhan : Back to Bullets business

Ramadhan said he would give all the wannabes a chance to try their lucky for two weeks before stepping up squad preparations from February 28.

“What I am doing now is to assess the fitness of players. I am also calling for new players to come and attend  trials during the first two weeks,” Ramadhan said.

He declined to talk more about the players he would need for the forthcoming season. Notable new face is midfielder Chimango Kayira who is back to the club after his stint in Mozambique.

Kayira said he was looking forward to working with Ramadhan whom  he once met at national team.

“I am back to Bullets because that’s my team. I am optimistic that I will be able to work effectively with coach having played for him when he was assistant coach to Ernest Mtawali at the national team and then when he was caretaker,” said Kayira.

The former Escom United player who was scouted in the rural areas of Mulanje District, is a free agent.

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