Big Bullets FC have said although coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan has a running contract with the club, they won’t block him from taking up government offer to be Flames assistant coach.
Bullets vice-general secretary Kelvin Moyo was responding to a question on the way forward following their head coach’s eminent departure.
“He recently signed a fresh contract which runs from July this year to June next year and in normal circumstances, he is supposed to compensate us as his contract with government is effective August 1.
“However, we will find a way to reach a mutual termination because we cannot block him from offering his services to the nation. We anticipated such a development and while his departure is most likely to effect us, we wish him all the best because it is a step ahead in his career,” said Moyo.
He also hinted that Bullets might be forced to hire another coach.
“I do not want to pre-empt what the executive will decide, but suffice to say one of Ramadhan’s assistant Mabvuto Lungu is also set to travel to Germany for a coaching course at the beginning of the Super League second-round and, I assume, there will be need to engage another coach,” said Moyo.
Apart from Lungu, Bullets also have Lloyd Nkhwazi as assistant coach.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) president Walter Nyamilandu on Saturday said they have already agreed with the Burundian tactician to serve notice at Bullets.
“But we will not leave Bullets out in the cold as we will be sending Mabvuto to Germany,” he said. n