Nyasa Big Bullets head coach Nsanzwirwimo Ramadhan has said that he is not underp ressure to deliver after a not-so-good season.
Ramadhan, who is adored by the team’s fans returned to the club for the third spell as the team dare to improve on last season’s performance.
The Burundian tactian said the team had depth to work to his plans hence no need to panic on the players.
He was reacting to the team’s unsually patience on recruiting new players.
“We have good players who lost the TNM title by just a point. I will only need a defender, a central midfielder and a striker,” he said.
So far Bullets have recruited one player, Chimango Kayira, who has returned to the team after his Mozambique sojourn.
The team regrouped on February 14 open to players to undergo trials until February 28 where the Burundian tactian is expected to name a preliminary squad of 28 players earmarked for the forthcoming season.
This is in contrast to archrivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, who have already landed abig catch in former Silver Strikers captain defender Lucky Malata.
Wanderers have also secured Malawi Under-20 national team stars, striker Francisco Madinga and defender Precious Sambani from Namiwawa FC at K500,000 each.