Nyasa Big Bullets have parted ways with youthful midfielder Eneya Banda just a season after the player made a name after joining the People’s Team from Karonga United.
Both Bullets and the player confirmed the development on Wednesday.
However, the player has accused the club of offloading him after the transfer window was closed.
“They told me I am not in the team’s plans. But my concern is that I was informed of the decision very late when the transfer window was closed,” said Eneya, who is a free agent since he does not have a contract with the defending champions.
The player, who became a sensation after clinching man of the match award in his debut when Bullets beat Silver Strikes in the 2015 season re-launch match, now faces a race against time to find a club before the registration of free agents closes on April 30.
“I now have to look for a club before the registration closes. If they had told me in time I could have done that long time ago,” Banda said.
Bullets general secretary Kelvin Moyo said the technical panel decided to let Banda go but there was delay in relaying the message to the player since others felt he should stay.
“At first it was agreed that he should be loaned out but others wanted him to stay for 2016 season,
“But he was not in the provisional 2016 squad which means he is a free agent since he does to have a contract with the club.” n