Big Bullets captain Fischer Kondowe has hinted that no one will force him to hang up his boots, saying only God will have a final say on his footballing career.
The midfielder who is in his 40’s has received a lot of criticism from the locals over his reluctant to retire from football, but Kondowe has made it clear that no man can influence his retirement.
“Frankly speaking this issue [of retirement] started a long time ago.
“People have been talking and they are still talking. It’s very surprising because they contradict themselves in a such way that, when you retire at a tender age people will always slams you and when you do the opposite they will still slams you, so I don’t understand what do they really want ,” wondered Kondowe.
He added: “I will continue playing until God say, Jah man you have done your part and now you have to retire.”
When asked if he still have something to achieve in football, the former Malawi International said he has almost achieved everything he wanted to achieve.
Fischer is one of the long serving members at Big Bullets FC having played along with Peter Mponda, Grant Lungu, James Chimera Jnr and Swadick Sanudi.
Meanwhile unconfirmed reports indicate that Kondowe will be joining Bullets technical panel in the upcoming season.