Nyasa Big Bullets football club has released players whose services are no longer needed at the club in the fourth coming 2019 season.

In a statement released by the club, midfielders Kondwani Kumwenda who joined the club from its rivals Wanderers 3 years ago, Curthbert Sineta and striker Mussa Manyenje who joined the club from EPAC FC in 2014 are the players who have been completely released while Anzeru Joseph, Davie Banda, Collins Nkhulambe, Maneno Nyoni and Richard Chimbamba will be loaned to other clubs.

Commenting on the development coach for Nyasa Big Bullets, Callisto Pasuwa, said the club has made the decision after the technical panel made a proper assessment.
“it’s not a decision that has been made by one person but every stake holder which needed to be involved before making this decision was approached and that we feel it’s a decision best for the club “, Pasuwa said.

Responding to the news, Kondwani Kumwenda said nothing can be done as the decision has already been made.
” On my side I feel I was able to deliver on the ground once given a chance and the fact that they have released me, it’s not the end of it all but time to keep eyes on the ground and see which other doors God will open”, Kumwenda said.

Pasuwa also said that the club has promoted four players from its reserve side which was crowned champions of the 2018 Chitetezo Mbaula Southern Region Football League and he is happy with the squad he has assembled ahead of the 2019 season.
“As Nyasa Big Bullets we want to give a chance to our young players who are showing potential from our reserve side that’s why we have promoted goalkeeper Eliyasi Miss, defender Charles Petro, midfielder Chimwemwe Idana and striker Hassan Kajoke as they have shown levels of maturity in their game”.

“Am happy with the players the club has signed from other teams as they are showing signs of bringing competition into the team and I hope they will deliver come the start of the season “, said Pasuwa.

Nyasa Big Bullets will go into the 2019 season wanting to defend the TNM super league they won in 2018 and will also compete in the Carsberg and FISD cup but will not have a feel of this year’s Airtel top 8 cup as the Football Association of Malawi barned them after the team’s supporters caused angry scenes in the finals of the competition last year which was won by Blue Eagles.

Blessings Mpando

My name is Blessings Mpando from Lilongwe district born in December 1994. I am a Christian and a member of CCAP. I grew up in Lilongwe and completed my secondary education in 2010 before going on to complete my diploma in journalism at the Polytechnic Continuing Centre.

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