3 August 2015

Malawi: Ramadhan Has Two Weeks to Leave Bullets

The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has revealed that new Flames assistant coach Nswazurimo Ramadhan will serve a two week notice at his club Big Bullets for a smooth transition.

Ramadhan was named as an assistant to Ernest Mtawali in the new Flames Technical Panel on Saturday morning during a press briefing at Chiwembe Technical Centre in Blantyre.

And when asked about his future with Bullets, FAM President Walter Nyamilandu said the Burundian will serve a two week notice at Bullets to handover to his deputy.

"We sat down and discussed this with Ramadhan and we agreed to let him serve a two week notice at Big Bullets."

"We appreciate what Bullets have done to Ramadhan, it's one of our local clubs and we will ensure that he handover everything in an orderly manner," said Nyamilandu.

He also confirmed that the Fa will send Bullets's second assistant coach to Germany for a refresher course.

"We will not just snatch Ramadhan from Bullets and leave them like that, no, we will send Mabvuto Lungu to Germany for a coaching course this year so we are doing everything to equip all the local coaches with skills," he said.

Ramadhan was in charge of Bullets's tough encounter in the Carlsberg Cup against Mafco in Lilongwe on Sunday where the Peoples team won 7-6 on post match penalties.

He will then handover his post to his deputy Lloyd Nkhwazi.


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