Nyasa Big Bullets have announced that their players and coaching panel will share K6 million, representing 60 percent of the K10 million prize-money.
Bullets beat Moyale Barracks 4-3 in presidential cup final, at Civo Stadium, Lilongwe on Saturday to become cup champions for second time.
Bullets’ Chairperson, Sammy Chilunga has confessed that the players were not in good term with management and said that giving them to the share this percentage will solve some of the problems in team.
“We are not going to change anything, we will give them 60 percent but the finance crew is working on that. I am also working on the remaining signing-on fees because when I was away, a lot was said,” he said.
Chilunga has also believed that this will motivate players to win many cups as they have been boycotting training over unpaid signing-on fees- K43 million.