Despite disagreements within Nyasa Big Bullets executive committee over coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan’s return from suspension, it has been resolved to recall him.
Bullets general secretary Albert Chigoga yesterday said although they were divided on whether to go by the players’ demand not to recall the coach, it was resolved that he should return having served his suspension.
“We had been discussing the issue since Monday, but we could not reach a compromise as some felt he should not return while others were of the view that he should come back.
“So, the way issues are, we are proceeding to recall the coach for the sake of sanity, but some of us will not be part of the rot thereafter,” he said.
Bullets players are reported to have recommended that Ramadhan should not return following a meeting they had at the weekend.
The Burundian tactician, whose four-game suspension ended at the weekend, on Monday refused to comment on any issues relating to the People’s Team.
He was suspended due to the team’s poor performance last month and his assistant Eliah Kananji took over in an acting capacity.