Former Big Bullets forward Grant Lungu has been asked by the club to offer a public apology to be considered back into the team.
Lungu was fired by Bullets on disciplinary grounds a couple of months ago and has been inactive since then.
He confirmed in an interview with The Nation at the weekend that he would like to relaunch his career with Bullets.
“I apologised to the club in the presence of the general secretary [Higger Mkandawire], team manager [Noel Kawole] and captain [Fischer Kondowe] and requested if I could be taken back on board.
“Apparently, they all understood that I displayed a lot of remorse, but when the GS took up the matter with coach Eddington Ng’onamo, he demanded that I offer a public apology through the media because he was not happy with one of the interviews that I gave after I was fired.
“I have realised that I was in the wrong and I have since apologised to the club through both the electronic and print media. I am just waiting to hear from the club’s management on the way forward,” said Lungu.
The gifted striker admitted losing his way.
“I accept that I terribly lost my way and my behaviour was deplorable, but I have assured both the team’s management and technical panel that I am a changed person.
“All I want to do now is to relaunch my career and I have already started training on my own,” he said.
Mkandawire confirmed Lungu’s apology, but said the issue is still under consideration.
“It is true that Grant apologised and management will soon decide on the way forward after consulting the technical panel,” he said.
Since he returned from South Africa following the termination of his contract with PSL side Black Leopards last season, Lungu has been on and off for Bullets. His situation was further worsened by a knee injury.