Big Bullets coaches Mabvuto Lungu and Lloyd Nkhwazi have been challenged to show their best of skills as they are being assessed for possible permanent role of head coach.
According to Bullets vice-general secretary Kelvin Moyo, the two have been given two games each to act as head coach starting with last weekend’s TNM Super League opener against Mafco and the one who will score highly on assessment chart is likely to be in-charge.
“They will be interchanging roles and we will deploy someone to monitor their performance,” Moyo said.
However, he said they are not pressing panic button on the hiring of a new coach as they are happy with the progress the team has made so far.
After their away match against Mafco, Bullets, who won the game 1-0, were expected to hold a meeting about the possibility of hiring a new coach but Moyo said the gathering was cancelled.
Before its cancellation, the meeting coincided with the return of Kinnah Phiri, who was tipped to be in charge after his sacking at South Africa Premier Soccer League side Free State Stars.
Bullets are still unbeaten in 16 games in the league and they are at the summit of the log table with 35 points, seven points ahead of second-placed Azam Tigersn