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By Ronald Mpaso:

Nyasa Big Bullets have embarked on a hunt for friendlies as they prepare to compete in the 2019 Caf Champions League.

Bullets Chief Executive Officer, Fleetwood Haiya, said the club is talking to clubs in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania to determine the right dates for the games.

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Haiya said Bullets picked on the three countries’ clubs because they compete in continental competitions every year.

“ We want to prepare adequately before our first game. Clubs from the three countries are within our reach and it is easy for us to play them either home or away,” he said.

Haiya said their focus is on clubs that are regular participants in either the Champions League or the Confederation Cup as they would provide the best learning platforms for the club’s players. He also disclosed that Bullets would buy some two players to strengthen their squad.

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“We already have a team with quality players, so there is no need to buy too many players. Two will be enough for the job at hand,” Haiya said.

He said competing in the Champions League would help club to grow into an international brand capable of attracting global investors.

Football Association of Malawi Transfer Matching System Manager, Casper Jangale, confirmed that Bullets were finalising requirements to represent Malawi in the Champions League.

Silver Strikers are also expected to register for the Confederation Cup, with Masters Security on standby.

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