Nyasa Big Bullets football club has fulfilled the promise it made to veteran winger Fisher Kondowe to give him a new role at the club by drafting him into the team’s technical panel ahead of the new season.
Kondowe who started playing for the club in the 1990’s before going to play for Bush Baks, Black Leopards, Bloemfontein Celtic in South Africa announced retiring from active football in February this year with the people’s team promising him a new role.
Bullets administration officer Albert Chigoga has confirmed the former Malawi national football team player will be part of the team’s technical panel from this season going forward and people should expert to see him as part of the team.
“We promised Fisher Kondowe to give him a new role at the club even if he stopped playing active football as he is one of the legends of the team and I can confirm now that he will be part of the Bullets technical panel,” Chigoga said.
In his reaction Kondowe said, “I thank the club for fulfilling the promise they made to me and I am happy that I will be part of the teams technical panel but this is my learning process to in my new position and Bullets fans should not expect me to be on the forefront of things as I will need to understudy people who are already in the team’s technical panel,” he said.
Nyasa Big Bullets has Zimbabwean tactician Callisto Pasuwa as head coach with Peter Mponda as his assistant coach. The team’s former players James Chilapondwa, Heston Munthali and Swadick Sanudi are also part of the technical panel as team manager, strikers trainer and goalkeepers trainer respectively.