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Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan hits at critics

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Nyasa Big Bullets Coach, Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan, has hit back at those criticising him for fielding ‘old’ players as the reason behind the team’s failure to score.

Ramadhan told The Daily Times that he respects people’s opinion, adding that he was working hard to rediscover the winning formula.

“Football is a game of opinion. Let them speak but I am the one who stays with the players and I know what to do. I don’t go for names. I go for performance. If the players impress me during training, why should I rule them out because of their age?” Ramadhan questioned.

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The Burundian gave an example of Fischer Kondowe who is still impressive despite his age. Kondowe is believed to be in his 40s.

Ramadhan has been under pressure following Bullets’ failure to score in TNM Super League games against Chitipa United and Moyale Barracks.

Bullets also exited the Airtel Top 8 Cup after failing to score in two legs against Silver Strikers.

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Meanwhile, reports indicate that the coach and his technical panel have been given five games to either turn the corner or face the chop.

The resolution was made during a crisis meeting involving the team’s stakeholders in Blantyre on Tuesday.

Bullets, who are on position 14 on the league log table, host Civil Sporting Club at Kalulu Stadium on Sunday.

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