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Fischer Kondowe warns Big Bullets on spending spree

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Big Bullets captain Fischer Kondowe has warned the club’s management to avoid going on a shopping spree at the end of the season.

With K500 million business deal from Nyasa Manufacturing Company expected to commence in January, Bullets have been linked with the signing of five players.

However, Kondowe said Bullets should maintain the current squad that has defended the TNM Super League.

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“New players will struggle at Bullets. The fight for positions in the team is so stiff. To get into the starting line-up you really have to fight. I don’t think any Jim and Jack can join Bullets now and earn a starting place,” he said.

Kondowe has spent the better part of the second round on the bench as MacFallen Ngwira has featured regularly on the flanks.

“As for me, it has been tough as well because I was also nursing an injury,” Kondowe said without elaborating.

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The former Black Leopards player said Bullets must honour current players who have been with the club during its difficult financial period.

“There is a tendency for some players to rush to sign contracts with teams that are well sponsored. I urge our officials to stick to the current team,” he said.

Bullets general secretary, Titha Mandiza, said the People’s Team executive had not yet made any plans for next season.

“We will discuss such issues at the end of the season when the executive meets technical officials. However, there are no immediate plans to ditch the current players,” she said.

Previously, Bullets under the sponsorship of former head of state Bakili Muluzi, went on a shopping spree.

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