Big Bullets players: Good old days

Nyasa Big Bullets Coach Swazilimo Ramadan, has said there is no need to press the panic button just yet, following the team’s worse start to the season in a decade, that saw them come back with just one point from a possible six in the northern region.

The Peoples team was held by rookies Chitipa United last Saturday, before going down 1-0 to Moyale Barracks the next day meaning Bullets had failed to score a goal in their opening fixtures.

However, Ramadan has come out fighting, saying it’s too early to be looking at the league table.

He said lady luck was against them in their two matches in Mzuzu, as they hit the post on numerous times, hence they got the bad results.

“I felt we played well in all the two matches, and at least we should have claimed all the three points in one of the games, but we lost and that’s football,” he said.

The tactician further stated he will not panic, and make a lot of changes in the next games. He as he is happy with the level of performance and effort that his boys are giving.

“You can’t have just good days, where you win every game. There is always setback and defeats to take into account, but I’m still confident that we will have a good season this just-started season,” said Ramadan.

The coach therefore, called upon BB fans to remain royal to the team, as the season is still young; saying good performances and results are just around the corner.

Nyasa Big Bullets also lost 1-0 to Silver Strikers on Saturday in the first leg of Airtel Top Eight at the Bingu International Stadium.