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Big Bullets budget K17 million for new recruits

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Nyasa Big Bullets have spared K17 million for buying players during this transfer window, the team’s Chairperson, Noel Lipipa, has confirmed.

“Last season, we spent K16 million to buy players, but most of the players were inactive [when they joined Bullets]. Now to avoid the same mistake, we agreed that we should hire a coach first,” Lipipa said.

“He is the one who will suggest to us the names of the players he wants to work with. So, meanwhile, that task is on [Nsanzurwimo] Ramadhan, but as a club, we are ready to shop the players he needs.”

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He further said part of the money for buying the players was from the K7 million Super League runners-up’s prize money.

Ramadhan recently told The Daily Times that he would need a goalkeeper and a striker to replace Ernest Kakhobwe, who is reportedly on the verge of signing for Mozambican side, Club de Chingale.

Bullets will also replace striker Chiukepo Msowoya who has signed a six-month contract with South Africa Absa Premier Soccer League side, Golden Arrows.

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So far, Bullets have signed their former midfielder, Chimango Kayira, who recently returned from Mozambique.

According to Lipipa, Bullets would target all cups and the Super League title in the 2017 season.

Bullets won the Presidential Cup last season, but surrendered the Super League championship to surprise winners, Kamuzu Barracks.

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