Malawi Super League champions Big Bullets have reignited their interest in the former Mighty Wanderers and Azam Tigers coach Franco Ndawa to take over from Mabvuto Lungu who was stripped off his title because he does not have Caf B license.
According to information at hand, Ndawa will take over from Lungu as discussions are still underway.
The champions were also interested in bringing back former Flames head coach Kinnah Phiri but his decision to join Mbeya FC of Tanzania left the Blantyre based giants with no choice but to reignite their interest in Ndawa who won some trophies at rivals Wanderers.
“The discussions are still underway but I believe that I have got what it takes to succeed at Big Bullets,” said Ndawa.
For the past weeks, there has been massive shakeups within the local clubs due to the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) stand on club licensing.
Oscar Kaunda was fired at Civo Service United due to Caf B license coaching requirement and a week later, Nomads temporarily relieved the services of coach Eliya Kananji by replacing him with Jack Chamangwana saying the former Blantyre United and Bullets mentor should firstly acquire the said licence.