Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club say they are ready to face Civil Sporting Club in a TNM Super League match at the Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.
Bullets who were out of action last weekend after contributing nine players to the Malawi National football team as it played against Eswatini have received a morale boost ahead of the match as most of the players who were injured have started training and seem fit for the game.
Speaking in an interview, team manager for the club James Chilapondwa said they are geared up to fave the capital city giants who are in top form and expect a tough match on Saturday.
“Our preparations are going on well as the boys are working hard on the ground and the morale in camp is high,”
“So far we have a full squad except Mcfalen Ngwira who is injured but the likes of Bashil Maunde, Peter Banda, Gomezgani Chirwa ,Bright Munthali and Patrick Phiri are back with the team doing training as well as Precious Sambani who has not played for Bullets since we bought him from Namiwawa Football club and he is now fit and available for selection,” Chilapondwa said.
Chilapondwa further said that they are not underrating the civil servants and expect to have a tough game on the day.
“Civil Sporting Club is in good form as they have not lost any competitive match this season and we are aware of that we are conscious enough to go the game with a positive approach knowing we are to face a good side and we will need to work hard to correct three points,” said Chilapondwa.
Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club has only played two games in the 2019 TNM season and have managed to correct 4 points having won against TN Stars and drawn against Tigers Football Club.
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