TNM Super League champions Nyasa Big Bullets will engage coaches and players for possible extension of their contracts following the loss of the season due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Bullets’ Zimbabwean coach Kalisto Pasuwa signed a one-year contract with Bullets which is expected to expire in April next year.
Bullets Chief Administrator, Albert Chigoga said they would follow Fifa guidelines on the matter while engaging all the concerned parties.
“We are in a situation that everybody would understand but we will review all the deals that are expiring. As a club, we will engage the coach and his back-room staff,” he said.
Government gazetted new guidelines restricting public gatherings to 10 people has cast doubt on the future of football this year.
Apart from Pasuwa, Bullets have about eight players who will be out of contracts in December namely Chiukepo Msowoya, John Lanjesi, Dalitso Sailesi, Henry Kabichi and Yamikani Fodya.
Pasuwa’s representative Gibson Mahachi asked for more time before commenting on the matter.
“I do not want to say much on the issue at the moment,” he said.
Just like Bullets, Silver Strikers employed Zambian coach Daniel Kabwe who signed a two-year club with the Lilongwe-based club.
Pasuwa has been instrumental in Bullets camp since he joined in 2018. He joined Bullets towards the end of the 2018 season and helped the club to win the league in the last seven games of the campaign.
He defended the TNM Super League title in his first full season with the club last year.