Nyasa Big Bullets FC coaching panel has been told to find a formula that will turn around the team’s fortunes.
This was resolved during a meeting which the club’s executive and main supporters committees had with the panel on Monday in Blantyre.
The club’s general secretary Albert Chigoga said although no specific targets were set, the panel was told to start winning games.
“We have not set any specific targets unless if the worse comes to the worst, but we made it categorically clear that they must start winning games,” he said.
Chigoga also said the consensus during the meeting was that the striking force is lacking fire-power.
“Since the transfer window is closed, we cannot strengthen the striking force at the moment and, therefore, the only other option is for the coaches to come up with tactics and techniques that can improve our striking force.
“The coach [Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan] said when they travelled to Mzuzu for their opening TNM Super League matches, he noted that the midfielders were failing to supply strikers with good balls.
“He [Ramadhan] said the situation improved against Silver Strikers, but it was the striking force which has now been identified as the weakest link,” he said.
Ramadhan could not be reached for comment yesterday, but he told journalists after the Silver match that he is not in a cold sweat despite a slow start to the season.
“In football there is always pressure and a big team will always overcome such situations,” he said.
The People’s Team are yet to register a win this season having drawn their first game 0-0 against rookies Chitipa United before going down 1-0 to Moyale Barracks. Then they went on to lose 1-0 to Silver Strikers in the first leg of the Airtel Top 8 showpiece, leading to the crisis meeting that was held on Monday. n