Big Bullets executive committee has said it will summon the club’s former captain Fischer Kondowe to hear his side of the story surrounding the controversy that led to his being chased from the team’s training session on Tuesday morning.
Fischer drove straight to BAT ground to train with Mighty Wanderers after being chased by Bullets main supporters committee chairperson Isaac Jomo Osman.
The club’s general secretary Harold Fote said they want the issue to be resolved amicably.
“We cannot just condemn Fischer, neither can we tolerate what he is alleged to have done. Rules of natural justice require that we here all concerned parties,” said Fote.
Osman said he chased Fischer because he showed no remorse after snatching a jersey and being involved in a verbal tirade with acting team manager Fundi Akidu.
On whether Fischer will be asked to stop training with the Nomads, Fote said: “For the time being, we will let him be there, but I do not think he will take long at Wanderers.”
Wanderers general secretary David Kanyenda yesterday said they do not stop players, especially of Fischer’s calibre, from training with them.
“We will be happy to have him as a trialist, but at the end it is the coaches who will decide,” said Kanyenda.
Fischer said his source of livelihood is football and if Wanderers offer him a deal, he will sign for them.