Nyasa Big Bullets have vowed to enforce a code of conduct to instill discipline among players.
Bullets’ Chairperson, Noel Lipipa, said the code would also involve players who go for trials outside the country.
Lipipa, during the recent Annual General Meeting held at Gymkhana Club in Zomba, attributed the team’s poor run in the 2016 season to indiscipline among players.
“Everywhere there is a procedure when one wants to move out, even if their contracts expire. At Bullets, we only learn through the media about a particular player attending trials with a foreign team,” Lipipa said.
“We then get surprised that when things don’t go the players’ way, they come back to us seeking our assistance.”
Recently, Bullets’ players such as Chiukepo Msowoya, Miracle Gabeya and Ernest Kakhobwe crossed the borders without the consent of the People’s Team’s management.
Msowoya signed for Golden Arrows as a free agent whereas Kakhobwe is attending trials with Club de Chingale in Mozambique.
Gabeya sneaked out to South Africa for trials at Kaizer Chiefs then Highlands Park only to seek Bullets’ clearance.
The potential transfer eventually collapsed over transfer fee disagreements.
Bullets have since promised to facilitate Gabeya’s return to Highlands, who are still interested in the defender.
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