Precious Sambani’s mom apologises to Big Bullets

Albert Chigoga

Nyasa Big Bullets defender Precious Sambani’s family apologised to the Peoples Team for the conduct of their child.

This follows Sambani’s lamentations that he wanted to terminate his contract with Bullets after accusing the club of frustrating his possible move to Ukraine.

However, Sambani’s mother Aggie- Mfune said her son overreacted when he penned Bullets that he wanted to terminate his contract.


“We want to apologise to the club for our sons conduct as he did not seek our guidance and blessing as parents. We believe Pule [Precious] did that out of peer pressure,” she said.

Sambani’s mother said they were aware of every detail regarding the flopped trials.

“We were communicating with the agent (name withheld) he is a Zimbabwean national but based in the United Kingdom. He first contacted Bullets coach Kallisto Pasuwa before he started dealing with top officials at the club. But then there was communication mishap which affected our discussions,” she said.


Bullets Chief Administration Officer, Albert Chigoga, said Sambani was yet to be summoned after officially expressing his intent to leave the club.

“We haven’t been in touch yet with his [Precious] parents and we also haven’t summoned him. Precious is our baby we will call him to hear his side of the story,” he said.

Sambani alongside Hassan Kajoke travelled to Kenya early this year to process their Visa to Ukraine to undergo trials at second tier (Persha Liga) side FC Rukh Lviv.

Meanwhile, reports suggest that a South African club was also after Sambani’s signature but Bullets were yet to respond.

Sambani has 18 months left on his Bullets contract having signed a three-year deal when he joined the Peoples Team from developmental side Namiwawa.

Ironically Sambani had a loan stint at Bullets’ rivals Be Forward Wanderers before switching sides.

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