Big Bullets’ wish to have the services of coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan a bit longer has hit a snag as he is supposed to kick-start his new role today as Flames assistant coach.
Ramadhan parted ways with the People’s Team on an impressive note when he inspired them to qualify for Carlsberg Cup finals on Saturday following a sweet 3-0 win over Silver Strikers.
Bullets chairperson Samuel Chilunga yesterday said they were consulting several stakeholders before determining the way forward on the vacancy created by Ramadhan’s departure.
“Our wish was to have him a bit longer so that he could see us through the Carlsberg Cup finals, but it can’t happen as the national team is supposed to go into camp tomorrow [today].
“Nevertheless, we are engaging several stakeholders including former officials, ex-technical people and supporters and by Friday we should call for a press conference to announce our decision,” said Chilunga.
Soon after Saturday’s match, Ramadhan told the media that he was done with Bullets, “but I have made a suggestion on how they need to proceed and whether they will take my advice is entirely up to them.”