Big Bullets will shorten their Presidential Cup honeymoon to focus on the K20 million (about $80 000) Standard Bank Knockout Cup quarter-final battle against Epac FC.
The Peopleâ€™s Team chairperson, Malinda Chinyama, made the declaration on Monday, two days after Bullets beat Moyale Barracks 1-0 to lift the Presidential Cup.
â€œOur immediate attention is on the Standard Bank Cup. We are determined to grab that one. We will pool resources through a bash which we will host shortly,â€ Chinyama said on Monday.
Bullets face resurgent Epac FC after a fortnight. Chinyama said they would now target all silverware this season, including the Carlsberg Malawi Cup and the TNM Super League title.
To qualify for the Standard Bank quarter-final, Bullets dismissed Red Lions 2-0 and Blantyre United 3-1 in the preliminary rounds.
But Epac FC general secretary Roy Mdechi taunted Bullets and their talisman Gabadinho Mhango, saying â€œhe has never scored, let alone finish a game against us.â€
Meanwhile, Bullets will meet Moyale Barracks again this coming weekend in a Super League fixture. Bullets will be without Chimango Kaira, Mhango and Owen Chaima who are on national duty with the Flames.