Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan back at Bullets
Nyasa Big Bullets have, for the third time, re-engaged Burundian-born Coach, Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan, ahead of the 2017 TNM Super League season.
Ramadhan’s appointment comes a week after the deposed TNM Super League champions hinted that the former Flames’ coach and club legend Gilbert Chirwa were the favourites for the job.
Bullets’ Chairperson, Noel Lipipa and General Secretary, Grivin Kalozeni, confirmed yesterday that Ramadhan was back.
Kalozeni said the Executive Committee plus their sponsor, Nyasa Manufacturing Company, met Ramadhan on Monday after offering him the post.
“We discussed at length about some of the conditions and we agreed on several of them. He told us that he will choose his own backroom staff and we will not stop him from doing so,” Kalozeni said.
With Ramadhan in the picture, the future of acting Technica Director, Elia Kananji, is unclear at the club.
Ramadhan confirmed that he was on his way back to Bullets. He first joined Bullets in 1998 and rejoined in 2015.
Ramadhan said he believes that with support from the Bullets’ family, he can revive the team’s fortunes.
“I am a professional coach and I know that every sports man will always move from one team to another. We are yet to finalise other logistics, but it is true that I am going back to Bullets,” said the former Botswana’s Township Rollers’ FC mentor.
“It will not be the first time for me to be at Bullets. As you are aware, two years ago, I was with them. I know what they want and for sure, I will deliver the goods.”
Both parties did not disclose the duration of Ramadhan’s contract, saying they were still discussing.
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