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No-show irks Big Bullets

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Nyasa Big Bullets’ interim General Secretary, Albert Chigoga, has described Masters Security Services FC’s failure to turn up for their final TNM Super League game at Chilomoni Stadium in Blantyre on Saturday as childish.
“We know that, according to rules and regulations, we need to be awarded three points and two goals, but that is not fine with us. We wanted to win that match on the pitch. Moreover, we spent a lot of money preparing for the match,” Chigoga said.
Bullets supporters and players waited, in vain, for Masters to turn up for the game, before referee Ishmael Chizinga blew his whistle.
Masters General Secretary, Zakariah Nyirenda, confirmed that Masters’ players refused to pitch up for the match in protest over unpaid salaries for November, adding that they were aware of the repercussions.
As compensation to their angry supporters, Bullets first XI of the day played against the reserve side.
Bullets caretaker Coach, Rodgers Yasin, said they have had a good run in the season.
Bullets wound up the league with 67 points, while Masters have finished on position 13 with 31 points.
The no-show puts question marks on Masters’ preparedness for the Caf Confederations Cup preliminary round match against Petro de Luanda in February

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