Big Bullets veteran supporter Raphael Nasimba has condemned former Mighty Wanderers chief supporter Yona Malunga for betting on Fomboni Club de Moheil to beat Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium on February 28.
Ahead of the 2015 CAF Champions League preliminary round, return leg, Malunga is betting on a vehicle for a Fomboni win.
He also put K200 000 ($444) up for grabs when supporting Zomba United who eventually lost 2-0 to Bullets in Carlsberg Cup final last year.
“We cannot all be supporting one team. This would make the game boring. We are in a multiparty era which gives us freedom of choice. Ifenso a Wanderers tikufuna titalowa CAF ndiye sizowona kuti tisapote Bullets [Wanderers too would love to play in CAf competition, so supporting Bullets is not on],” Malunga said on Wednesday.
However, Nasimba condemned Malunga, whose late father John Green Malunga, was the Bullets veteran fan’s best football friend.
“With his late father, we could differ locally, but not when it came to international games. I once went to Zimbabwe clad in a Wanderers scarf to support them during a CAF game. He should have learnt from his father. I have not talked to Yona, I am avoiding being confrontational,” Nasimba said.
Wanderers chief supporter Dinesi Chitsulo said they had shelved their Bullets rivalry and will support the sole Malawi CAF representatives, adding that Malunga was speaking in his personal capacity.