Bullets Woes Continue As Rivals Nomads Shine in TNM Super League

Written By Richard Chinansi
Nyasa Big Bullets aka the Peoples team woes to the start of the 2017 TNM Super league season still continue as they only managed to collect a single point out of a maximum 6 during their matches played in Lilongwe over the weekend.
The people’s team was edged 1-0 on Saturday by Blue Eagles before drawing 0-0 with newcomers Masters Security 24 hours later.
Coach Nswazurimo Ramadhan who promised that his charges were going to roll their sleeves up to pound Masters Security after conceding defeat at Nankhaka was at pains to conduct interviews with journalists after the game ended in a barren draw.
Unconfirmed reports reaching Maravi Express say that the People’s team management is expected to summon Ramadhan and his backroom staff to explain why the team has started the league on such a pathetic note.
“Definitely we cannot afford to continue like this. We want the coach to explain to us what exactly is happening for the team to fail to get positive results,” said a source at Bullets who strictly opted for anonymity.
The Bullets have amassed 11 points from 7 games and are third on the log table.
As Bullets continue struggling, their rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers continue to smile as they managed to collect all the 6 points from their games played up North over the weekend.
The Nomads narrowly edged Dwangwa United 1-0 in a closely contested encounter at Chitowe before pounding Salima-based side MAFCO 3-0 on Sunday to become second on the table with 12 points from four matches.
Elsewhere, Chitipa United lost to Silver Strikers 2-0 while Azam Tigers and Blantyre United drew 3-3 at MDC Stadium. Kamuzu Barracks drew one all with Civo Sporting Club.
And on Sunday, Mighty Be Forward Wanderers massacred Mafco 3-0 while Bullets drew 0-0 with Masters Security. Silver Strikers and Moyale Barracks also drew 0-0.