Big Bullets FC welcomed former coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan on Wednesday evening and has since started working on Thursday morning.
Ramadhan took charge of the People’s Team training at Moneymen in Blantyre as the team is preparing for two crucial assignments in TNM Super League.
Bullets are set to play Mafco and Airborne away in Chitowe this weekend in assignments that will have a huge bearing on the Carlsberg Cup champions’ league title campaign.
According to the club’s general secretary Harold Fote said they were confident that Ramadhan would bring positive change.
“He arrived on Wednesday evening and started work right away in the morning at Moneymen,” said Fote.
“The morale in camp is high following Ramadhan’s arrival.”
Fote further explained that the technical panel was also willing to work with the Burundian coach.
“He has been welcomed by both the players and the coaches,” he said.
“They are all ready to work with him towards making sure we win the title.”
However Bullets chairman Kondi Msungama on the other hand said Ramadhan brings with him vast experience that would be useful in making sure they win the Super League.
The coach will mainly focus on sharpening Bullets attack following a goal drought that has seen the People’s Team fail to ascend to the top of the league log table.
Free-scoring Moyale are at the top of the table with 43 points.
Blue Eagle and Bullets tie at 40 points apiece but the former are on position two owing to a better goal difference.
Bullets have scored 28 goals and conceded 13 goals while Eagles have scored 42 goals and conceded 21.