Former Escom United assistant coach, Aubrey Nakhuni, has refused to comment much on his hiring as MTV Max Bullets’ head coach, replacing Trevor Kajawa.
Nankhuni was in charge when Max Bullets came from behind to defeat highly fancied Mafco 3-2 at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday for the rookies’ first win in the 2016 TNM Super League.
“Let the team owner [Max Kapanda] comment on that,” said yesterday the Caf B-Licence holder, who is the fourth coach to work for the new comers this season.
Leo Mpulula parted ways with the team before the season got underway, paving the way for Patrick Kulemeka, who was also eventually showed the exit door.
Kapanda on Thursday was also reluctant to comment on the recruitment of the former Escom striker.
“We are being insulted in the media over our performance, so we have decided to keep quiet. However, bear in mind that Trevor was just a caretaker coach,” Kapanda said.
Max Bullets wound up the league’s first round with seven points and need some 23 more points to be certain of survival in the league.
Premier Division teams from the Southern Region hardly survive beyond a season once promoted to the Super League.
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