Nyasa Big Bullets coach Rogers Yasin and his assistant Elijah Kananji will be offered one-year deals, the club’s chief executive officer Fleetwood Haiya confirmed yesterday.
This comes after the People’s Team announced, last week, that they would retain their coaching panel.
Said Haiya: “It has been agreed that the duration should be one year and as stated earlier on, they will be offered performance-based contracts with specific targets.
“The targets include winning the TNM Super League championship and some cups.”
Yasin yesterday said they have been informed verbally about the one-year deals as well as the targets.
“But we are yet to see the contracts and, therefore, I can only comment after going through it,” he said.
Last season Bullets finished as runners-up in the Super League. They also won the Carlsberg Cup. n