Bullets’ players say no to Ramadhan’s return

0

In a dramatic turn of events, Nyasa Big Bullets players have told their executive committee not to reinstate the suspended coach Nsazurwimo Ramadhan who is scheduled to resume his normal duties this week.

The Burundian tactician was suspended last month by the team’s executive committee following Bullets’ poor run of form in his first season as the head coach.

Nswazirimo Ramadhan

Nswazirimo Ramadhan not wanted at Bullets.

His assistant coach Eliya Kananji took over on an interim basis and his last game in charge was on Sunday in which the Blantyre based side lost 2-1.

Now, with his suspension over, Ramadhan’s imminent return might be delayed following reports that the majority of senior players are no longer interested in working under him.

However, Bullets’ General Secretary Albert Chigoga refused to comment on the issue but he was quick to reveal that the executive committee will hold an emergency meeting to map the way forward.

“We will hold an emergency meeting this week to map the way forward on Ramadhan’s future but I cannot comment on players’ revolt against the coach. His suspension is over but we have to meet first before reinstating him to his position,” he told the local media.

The 13-time Super League champions are currently struggling in the top flight having dropped 15 points in their opening ten league games.

For the first time in years, the people’s team has failed to win any away league match, losing three times and registering two goalless draws.

 

Share.

Leave a Reply