Malawi: Pasuwa Impressed With BB Players Self-Fitness Training

TNM Super League defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets expatriate head coach Callisto Pasuwa says he is very impressed with how his players are responding to the training fitness programmes which they have been following since government through Football Association of Malawi (FAM) suspended the gathering of more than 100 people due to coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

The Zimbabwean coach told reporters in Blantyre that he is very much satisfied with the seriousness being shown by his players when it comes to self training sessions.

“I can assure the management and the supporters that everything to do with preparations for the 2020 season among the players is progressing very well. When FAM announced the suspension of all football activities we started giving the players programmes for each and every day and we always assessing them through videos which we ask them to send after finishing every morning session.

“So far as I can confirm that all players are doing fine and I have no doubt that even by the time the league will be kickoff the players will be in a good shape,” said Pasuwa.

However, the coach said the only problem they have is for the newly promoted reserve side star Gift Jana who has been not participating for close to two weeks as he was suffering from malaria.

During the function NBB Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Escort Chinula denied reports that the team is trying hard to block the transfer rumour of their wonder boy winger Peter Banda to go and play for South African National First Division (NFD) side TN Sporting which has shown interest to sign the player.