3 November 2016 Last updated at: 1:32 PM
Bullets to hold emergency indaba following poor form
Registering three consecutive winless games at home, taking three points out of nine in the TNM Super League and getting dumped out of the FISD Cup at their own backyard last week have forced the Nyasa Big Bullets executive committee to call for an emergency meeting this coming weekend where the performance of the technical panel will be scrutinized.
The team’s General Secretary Kelvin Moyo has revealed to the local media that Bullets executive committee plus some members from the team’s supporters committee will have an emergency meeting on Sunday where the future of the club in the on-going season will be discussed.
According to Moyo, the performance of the Lloyd Nkhwazi led interim coaching panel will also be scrutinized during the indaba.
“We will be having an emergency executive meeting on Sunday where several issues will be discussed including scrutinizing the performance of the interim technical panel. We are currently not doing well in the Super League looking at the number of games remaining before wrapping up the season; we can still defend our title so the meeting will shape up our season,” he said.
The People’s Team had to come from behind to draw with Red Lions 3-all before firing blanks in a goalless draw away to Azam Tigers.
The defending champions then lost to Silver Strikers in the FISD Cup at home before another goalless draw against the Bankers in Lilongwe days later.
The defending champions are remaining with six games to play in the season and winning the next five games will give them a chance of defending their title depending on how Mafco, Silver Strikers, and Blue Eagles perform in their remaining games.