Nyasa Big Bullets coach Callisto Pasuwa is on a collision course with the club’s executive over new signings.
The Zimbabwean gaffer is not happy after the club brought in new players he had not recommended ahead of the start of the 2019 TNM Super League.
According to Nyasa Times, a Malawian newspaper, Pasuwa blasted his employers on MBC Radio 2 on Monday saying he is confused with the new signings and insist he had players he recommended to help the team not those signed.
“This will affect me, I saw some players at our reserve side, and I wanted to have them,” said Pasuwa.
The team made a couple of signings including Precious Sambani from Namiwawa, Gomegzani Chirwa from Civil Sporting Club, Luke Chima from Azam Tigers and Ben Manyozo from Dwangwa United.
Bullets Chief Executive Officer, Fleethood Haiya, however, told the newspaper that all the players which the club bought were, in fact, recommended by Pasuwa.
“I am very surprised,” said Haiya. “I fail to understand what he means because we have promoted four players outright after he recommended them.”
However, Haiya did not disclose the names of the players promoted.
Pasuwa extended his stay at the Malawi champions last month after initially joining the club on a short-term deal towards the end of last season.
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