Nyasa Big Bullets on Monday were officially crowned champions of the TNM Super League with a 2-1 win over Civil Sporting Club at Kamuzu stadium in Blantyre, marking the end of the 2018 season. A brace from Hassan Kajoke helped Bullets to overcome the civil servants’ lead by Innocent Tanganyika. Civil sporting club displayed sportsmanship by giving the champions a guard of honor prior to kick-off. They have finished champions with 71 points from 30 games, breaking the league’s record of collecting such points. They have won 21 games, drawing eight times and only tasted a single defeat. The 2018 champions scored 55 goals and conceded 13 goals the entire season of 30 games. Be Forward Wanderers second Bullets with 63 points and Silver Strikers have finished third with 57 po
Nyasa Big Bullets FC has confirmed selling striker Muhammad Sulumba to South Africa's Premier Soccer League side Polokwane City at R370,000 (K20 million). And the club is buying in new players as 2018 league season approaches. Sulumba who has been training with Polokwane since December last year has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract. The 23-year-old joins the likes of Rodney Ramagalela and Rendani Ndou in the attack for Bernard Molekwa’s side. Sulumba joins the likes of Atusaye Nyondo, Gabadinho Mhango, Robert Ng’ambi, Limbikani Mzava and Robin Ngalande on the list of Malawian players plying their trade in the Absa Premiership. Meanwhile, the Nyasa Big Bullets have signed in new players in readiness of new season set to start in April. Bullets have since signed 22-year-old
Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC) has finally taken over the ownership of one of the country's popular football club, Big Bullets despite resistance from some of the trustees. Some trustees refused to endorse the deal, arguing it was done illegally, but meanwhile it is understood the club's supporters- who have legal mandate to bypass the trustees' decision- endorsed the memorandum of understanding (MOU), formalizing the deal for NMC to take over the club. The club's secretary general, Albert Chigoga confirmed that the interim executive committee led by Owen Lipipa and the supporters committee led by Stone Mwamadi signed the paperwork to hand over the team to Nyasa. “Yes, all the paper work has been done by the club chairperson Noel Lipipa, myself, main supporters committee chairperson
Nyasa Big Bullets will meet the winner between Umodzi FC and Moyale FC in the semifinals of the FISD Challenge Cup. Bullets progressed to the semifinals after beating Blue Eagles 8-7 (on penalties) at Civo Stadium on Sunday. While Masters Security will play away to the winner between Kamuzu Barracks and Azam Tigers. The match had to be decided by spot kicks after a 0-0 score line in the open play. Masters Security FC were the first side to reach the semi final of the FISD Challenge cup when they beat second tier side Dedza Soccer Saints 1-0 at Dedza Stadium on Saturday. Vincent Nyangulu's goal enabled Masters Security to book the semi-final ticket over Dedza Young Soccer while Bullets sailed through after goalkeeper Enerst Kakhobwe stopped Blue Eagles' 8th penalty. The other two quarte...
Nyasa Big Bullets supporters were at it again on Wednesday when they manhandled Karonga United officials and supporters at MDC ground on allegations that they were using keeping juju. The attack came following an impressive Karonga United's form who scored two quick goals whtin six minutes before half time, courtesy of Anthony Mfune . Bullets turned out to be eventual winners through Bright Munthali’s hat-trick and a Jimmy Zakazaka’s goal to reach FISD Challenge Cup quarter finals. Football Association of Malawi (FAM) is yet to take action. But the red army should expect a hefty fine due to its supporters uncalled for behavour during matches. In other matches, Blue Eagles goalminder, John Soko saved two penalties to secure his team a quarter berth after beating Mzuni on post match pen
Its confirmed. Be Forward Wanderers super league game against Nyasa Big Bullets will be played at Bingu International stadium despite the Nyerere camp insisting on having the game at its home ground of Balaka. Following a meeting with Super League of Malawi (Sulom), Nomads general secretary Mike Butao has conceded the game will be on this Saturday at Bingu stadium in the capital city of Lilongwe. Butao earlier on insisted that “Unless the home team opts for another venue, which we haven’t done, a match is supposed to be played at one’s home ground and we wonder why Sulom fixed the game at BNS without consulting us. “We are at home and we need to ultilise home ground advantage. Considering the crucial stage the league has reached, our priority is home ground advantage and getting
Nyasa Big Bullets' campaign to claim more trophies this season seem to be on course following the team's win against Dwangwa United on Wednesday. Bullets beat Dwangwa United 4 -1 away at the dreaded Chitowe Ground in a Fisd Challenge Cup first round encounter. Bullets have qualified to the last 16 of the competition while their arch-rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers were knocked out by Mzuzu-based soldiers Moyale Barracks on Tuesday afternoon. Moyale beat Nomads 2-0 at Mzuzu Stadium to become a fifth Super League team to be booted out of the competition; other teams are Civil Sporting, Wizards FC, Blantyre United and Red Lions. In the other games played on Wednesday, Chitipa United were bundled out by Blue Eagles 4-1, Silver Strikers were stunned by Mafco when they were knocked out 2-
Chiukepo Msowoya's second half goal was enough to earn Nyasa Big Bullets much needed points from Zomba-based soldiers Red Lions. Msowoya scored the only goal of the game played at Balaka Stadium on Saturday, helping the team maintain solid start in second round of the TNM Super League. Bullets moved to within four points of leaders BeForward Wanderers who are playing Blantyre United at Chilomoni Stadium on Sunday. It was Lion's third loss at the hands of Bullets this season- two defeats in the league. Bullets are on third position with 34 points from 17 games. In other league games, Civil Sporting Club drew with Mzuni FC. Civo still remains on fourth position with 29 points from 18 games.NE
Nyasa Big Bullets FC has appointed its former player and chairman of sub-technical committee chairperson Rogers Yassin as an interim head coach with immediate effect. The appointment comes days after Football Association of Malawi (FAM) warned the club for using Eliya Kananji as its head coach since he is under-qualified. Kananji has been acting coach for the soccer post house since the club suspended its head coach Nswazirimo Ramadhan. And the coming in of Yassin means Kananji automatically reverts to the position of assistant head coach. "Nyasa Big Bullets is highly indebted for the services of Eliya Kananji for bringing the team to its current status as champions of Carlsberg Cup and good position in the super league," Albert Chigoga, General Secretary said. "We wish both Rogers a...
Five Nyasa Big Bullets fans, accused of malicious damage and unlawful wounding, have been released on bail. They were granted bail on Monday when they appeared before Senior Resident Magistrate's Court in Lilongwe. The suspects, believed to have damaged a coaster belonging to Mighty Be Forward Wanderers and injuring some players, they did not take plea, but pleaded with the court to be granted bail, claiming that they wanted to seek medical attention as they were unwell. In his submission, State Prosecutor Robert Kufandiko argued that releasing the accused on bail will only defeat justice since the case is still being investigated as other suspects are still at large. He further argued that the accused will likely abscond bail citing a similar case which occurred on 29 January 2017. ...