By Williams Gondwa:
Bullets started preparations for the season at Blantyre Sports Club last week without Pasuwa. His two-and-a-half month contract expired at the end of last season.
Pasuwa was reported to have returned to Zimbabwe as Bullets were working on his new contract.
Bullets Chief Executive Officer, Fleetwood Haiya, said Pasuwa was back and attended the team’s training session on Wednesday.
“Yes, our coach is back in the country but allow me not to comment much on his return as there are some issues to be finalised,” Haiya said.
Bullets were set to hold a press briefing Thursday to announce the details regarding the former Zimbabwe national team coach’s contract, but the event was shifted to this morning.
Pasuwa replaced Rodgers Yasini and Elia Kananji last year after Bullets’ performance took a dip.
By that time, Bullets were already in the lead and Pasuwa finished the job as he oversaw the team’s lifting of the TNM Super League title.
In Pasuwa’s absence, the People’s Team signed players such as defenders Precious Sambani and Gomezgani Chirwa, who are with the Malawi under-23 national football team for practice matches in Belgium.
Bullets also bolstered their frontline by signing Tigers goal-poacher Luke Chima.