Tags: Big Bullets

Bullets infighting resurfaces

  Big Bullets FC board of trustees chairperson James Busile has asked the club’s chairperson Sam Chilunga to exercise caution when handling sensitive issues. The caution comes days after Chilunga threatened to ‘deal’ with some officials who are frustrating his efforts to improve the team. Addressing supporters at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre last Thursday amid…

Divisions rock BB

  While everything appears rosy in Nyasa Big Bullets FC camp, behind the scenes there are leadership wrangles which some quarters fear could affect the K500 million (about $763 345) partnership deal with Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC). The Nation has established that there is a fallout within the club’s executive committee with one camp loyal…

BB deal rolls out

  At long last. Domestic football powerhouse Big Bullets’ partnership agreement with Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC) has officially rolled into life. The club’s chairperson Samuel Chilunga said the deal, which will see the cigarette manufacturing company pumping in K500 million (about $ 748 111) over a five-year period, started on January 1. The team’s name…

Creditors squeeze BB

  Winning the TNM Super League might have brought smiles on the faces of the Big Bullets supporters, but it has also attracted a swarm of creditors who are knocking on the club’s door. Bullets owe several companies, individuals and organisations including Football Association of Malawi (FAM), Super League of Malawi (Sulom), a loan-shark and…

I will still carry on, says Fischer

Battle-hardened Big Bullets winger Fischer Kondowe has said he has no plans of hanging up his boots anytime soon. The dreadlocked midfielder, who will turn 40 next year, said this amid speculation that he, like Chilapondwa, is also considering to retire. “It is unfortunate that some people are posting on social media that I am…

Grand finale

  Spontaneous parties erupted nationwide yesterday as jubilant Big Bullets FC fans celebrated their team’s official 2015 TNM Super League crowning. The capital city’s central business area is normally quiet on Sundays, but minutes after 5pm yesterday, a convoy of all kinds of vehicles from luxury cars, commuter omnibuses, conventional buses, lorries to the run…

BB suffer 2nd loss

  TNM Super League champions Big Bullets on Sunday suffered their second league loss of the season when they crashed 3-0 to Blue Eagles at Nankhaka Stadium in Lilongwe. Although the match was of academic interest having clinched the title a fortnight ago, the defeat was embarrassing for the People’s Team coming on an afternoon…

BB host struggling Civo

It is a no brainer that defending champions Big Bullets and strugglers Civo United are desperate for a win stepping into their Kamuzu Stadium meeting this afternoon. And when both teams get down to the 2015 TNM Super League first-round business, it will, in the clubs’ own admission, be a question of who wants it…

Big Bullets go top

Despite collecting just two points from a possible six, defending champions Big Bullets FC yesterday went top of the TNM Super League when they held Moyale Barracks to a one-all draw at Mzuzu Stadium. After being held to a one-all draw by rookies Mzuni on Saturday at the same venue, the People’s Team looked forward…

BB players demand outstanding allowances before second leg

Big Bullets FC players are reportedly demanding external allowance balances amounting to about $4 500 (about K2 million) as a condition to fulfil Saturday’s CAF Champions League preliminary round return leg against Fomboni FC. According to one of the players who asked for anonymity, their position was communicated to team manager John Phiri to take…