TNM champions Nyasa Big Bullets have come of age to compete in the CAF Champions League after failing at the first hurdle on two previous attempts (2018 and 2019).
This follows a nod from sponsors Nyasa Manufacturing Company for the People’s Team to take part in CAF Champions League for the third consecutive year.
Nyasa Big Bullets, who lost to prepare us to fight in the competition. After last year’s experience, the youngsters know what it means to play in such competitions,” said the Bullets and national team legend.two competitions is enough
On financial preparedness, Mponda did not hesitate to comment saying: “Honestly our sponsors are serious. It’s more professional the way they are running the club.”
Football analyst and former Football Association of Malawi (FAM) acting general secretary George Kaudza-Masina commended Bullets for deciding to participate.
“Nyasa Big Bullets intention to participate in CAF Champions League is good news to Malawi football. Having participated in the previous two editions, Bullets might be ready this time to not only participate but compete for honours,” he said..
“Financially, Bullets have what it takes to fulfil all their assignments as they have a steady sponsorship.”
Another football analyst Charles Nyirenda also said they can improve by participating in the competition.
“Financially they have no problem. I am sure the mix of youth and experience will help them resist whatever their opponents throw at them,” he said.
Wanderers chairperson also said it is important to participate in CAF club competitions as it exposes the players.
Bullets made headlines in the 2004 when they reached the last eight of the CAF Champions League under the sponsorship of former president Bakili Muluzi.
Meanwhile Blue Eagles chairperson Alexander Ngwala has said they intend to take part in the CAF Confederation Cup by virtue of being Fisd Challenge Cup winners.