Nyasa Big Bullets new signing striker Andy Kamlete jetted in from Ireland on Friday sounding optimistic that he will help turn around the club’s season which has started poorly.
In an interview at Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe, Kamlete said Bullets still stand a chance of having a successful season.
“It has been tough for the team, but give us two or three games and see what will happen,” he said amid cheering from a handful Bullets supporters.
Kamlete, though admitted that he was under pressure because of the hype that has surrounded his transfer.
“Pressure is natural and you just have to swallow it and concentrate. I am hopeful that if we can work as a team, we can succeed,” he said.
Bullets chairperson Noel Lipipa said he expects the team’s striking force to improve with Kamlete’s coming.
However, he said the striker will need time to gel with his team mates
“I am happy with him because he is humble as he has said that success will rely on team work and not him,” said Lipipa.
The People’s Team, which is usually associated with high scoring wins, is struggling to score and is averaging a goal in each game.
In seven games, Bullets have netted seven times and have 11 points from a possible 21.