Nyasa Big Bullets players from today will not participate in any league unless they receive their balance over signing on fee.
Speaking in an interview, team vice captain, Bashir Maunde said, players have agreed to stop playing for the team’s games so as the management to give them their dues,
“As you may recall, we gave them a deadline to sort out our problems but they did nothing and as players, we will not take to the pitch until our money are paid. We can’t keep on playing yet we have got unresolved issues with the executive,” said Maunde.
despite that fact that this coming weekend, Bullets will play Civo United and Kamuzu Barracks in TNM Super League in Lilongwe, players have already started their boycott over this unpaid K45 million signing on-fee.