Nyasa Big Bullets FC Technical Director Billy Tewesa has entered into defence of his words he ultered after his side’s 0-1 TNM Super League game defeat last weekend at the Mzuzu Stadium.
Tewesa threatened that the Bullets family will deal with and treat Karonga United in an unspecified manner in their second round Super League meeting in Blantyre claiming the rookies treated them badly and harrased them before, during and after the game.
Reacting to the development, the soccer fraternity faulted outspoken Tewesa and described his remarks as ‘irresponsible’ that can bring the game of football into desripute.
But in an interview with a local radio on Wednesday, Tewesa said he was quoted of context.
Tewesa said what he meant was that Bullets will heavily beat Karonga United with goals in the field of play.
“It is not what people or thinking that we will beat them up physically or using Juju but with goals on the field of play. It has nothing to do with Juju football is all about preparations and we will arange a special preparation for Karonga,” said Tewesa.
He said Karonga United was favoured by the referee of the day during the weekend encounter which contributed to their loss a thing he says dont happen in Blantyre, as referees officiate games in a professional manner.
But Tewesa claimed that some Bullets fans, players and officials were harrassed and manhandled.
He claims that he survived after threatening to hit some people with an Iron sheet who wanted to attack him at the dressing room.
“Myself as a Team Manager I escaped because I threatened to him them with an iron sheet that was at the dressing room in self defence,” said Tewesa.
He claims all was happening in he presence of top football officials and administrators in the country hence he didnt bother to launch a complaint because they are already aware.
Meanwhile, the matter is being investigated by the Super League of Malawi (Sulom).