Barely three days after Bullets Football Club aborted the trip to South Africa, the team has also reversed its decision to hire an expatriate coach, Nsazwarwimo Ramadhan.
Bullets FC General Secretary Harold Fote confirmed the development by saying the decision has been made after seeing that the coach will be paid by an individual which is not worthy.
“We cannot rely on an individual to pay Ramadhan going to by what has happened on the failure of the team to travel to South Africa for pre-season tour.
“We are going to recall Nkhwazi to take charge of the team because his record was good since he took over the team”, he said.
Sources who opted for anonymity said Ramadhan proposed a packageK1.2m but the two side settled at K500,000 per month.
Ramadhan who currently lives in South Africa is from Burundi.