Nyasa Big Bullets have accused their former coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan of deceiving them by claiming that he was in his native Burundi when he had found a new job in Tanzania.
This follows revelations that Ramadhan is coaching a Tanzanian Premier League side Ndanda Sports Club (SC).
A photograph posted on the Tanzanian club’s Facebook page on August 8 this year, captured Ramadhan in the line of duty at one of his new club’s training sessions.
Bullets general secretary (GS) Albert Chigoga yesterday said they will take Ramadhan to task for breach of contract.
“He wanted to play a trick on us. Our assumption now is that he has been in Tanzania all this time and not in his native Burundi as he earlier claimed.
“In his absence, we were forced to use assistant coach Eliah Kananji and as a result, we were fined by FAM [Football Association of Malawi] because he does not have the required qualifications.
“Ramadhan had a running contract which contained an exit clause,” he said.
The People’s Team GS said they will take Ramadhan to task using the posting on Ndanda SC Facebook page as evidence for a case against him.
The Burundian tactician could not be reached for comment yesterday.
Ndanda Sports Club is based in Mtwara City in the southern part of the East African nation.
Bullets resolved to part ways with Ramadhan last week for abscondment following his failure to report for duties after the expiry of his extended leave.
Ramadhan was supposed to report for duties at the end of the TNM Super League first round. n