Big Bullets risk losing players


TNM Super League giants, Nyasa Big Bullets, could be heading for trouble following revelations that the majority of their players will be out of contract at the end of the season.

The revelations were made during the club’s Extra Ordinary General Meeting at Kumudzi Eco Centre in Lilongwe over the weekend.

It was disclosed that about 70 percent of the current squad will be free agents at the end of the current TNM Super League campaign if the team does not renew their contracts.


This means that the club has to spend more resources on negotiating new deals with the players.

It was also disclosed that some players were demanding improved salaries estimated at K500,000 a month.

Bullets General Secretary, Albert Chigoga, while declining to name the players, said the situation was risky for the club.


“We are looking into the issue and it would be good to extend the contracts in time before they expire. We will discuss with the players and map the way forward,” Chigoga said.

Bullets recently signed Nelson Kangunje on a two-year deal to add fire power upfront.

Veteran forward Chiukepo Msowoya also returned to the club after a miserable campaign at South African Premier Soccer League side Golden Arrows.

During the meeting, Bullets Chairperson, Noel Lipipa, said sponsors Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC) intervened to sign Msowoya because he was on the verge of joining rivals Be Forward Wanderers.

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