One of the country’s football legend and Nyasa Big Bullets football club technical panel member Fisher Kondowe has shown good will by helping a number of football players with fitness training practices during this time as games were restricted.
Kondowe who hanged up his boots from active football in 2019 after the end of the season and was drafted into the people’s team technical panel, has been helping Nyasa Big Bullets players with fitness at the Kamuzu stadium. He has also taken a step further by accepting to be help players of their arc rivals Be Forward Wanderers such as Peter Wadabwa, Peter Cholopi and Ted Sumani.
Speaking in an interview the former Malawi national football team versatile winger said the sportsmanship is working with players from other teams and this is being done to lessen the burden on coaches in terms of fitness levels once the government gives a go ahead to start playing football.
“I have been helping these players with fitness training since the nation was declared a state of disaster due to corona virus but all this is being done to keep the boys in good shape that once it’s cleared to play football, coaches should not have a big job to work on their fitness levels.
“I did not choose to work with these boys from Bullets and those from Wanderers but I found them already doing the fitness trainings and they asked me to help them with other tips which I saw as an opportunity to share with them on how to stay fit”, said Kondowe.