Bullets supporters bay for players blood

Bullets supporters are baying for the players’ blood following the Peoples’ Team shameful loss to Silver Strikers at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday.
Bullets were reduced to spectators as the Bankers beat them 3-1 in a one sided show in the TNM Super League last fixture of the season’s first round.
Silver stand in coach Francis Songo missed the services of captain Lucky Malata, Wonder German and Bernado Namangwiyo due to injuries and suspensions.
He had to use Young Chimodzi who captained the side and played as a sweeper and winger Dave Moya to assist the only available defender Mavuto Khozomba.
The bankers did not even have a substitute goalkeeper on the bench but still they managed to contain Bullets who looked like they were not sure of what they were doing on the pitch.
Bullets had all their star players like Chimango Kayira, Daliso Sailesi, Henry Kabichi, Douglas Chirambo, James Chilapondwa and George Nyirenda were made to look like amateurs as they chased their own shadows buy a tactically superior Silver side.
A porous Bullets defence was caught napping on 10 minutes when defender George Nyirenda and company failed to deal with a corner kick from Jester Mulima.
Frank Banda was the first to head the ball but Blessings Tembo had the last touch guiding the ball past goal keeper Owen Chaima.
Bullets fans at the stadium felt this would pass and held their patience as their team tried to come back into the game.
But playing catch-up proved difficult for Bullets and as the two sides retired for the first half there were all the signs that Bullets were heading for a disaster.
After recess Silver proved the better team of the day as they doubled the lead again after ten minutes into half when Jester Mulima rose to head in a cross from substitute Chawanangwa Kawonga who had replaced Tembo.
The goal broke Bullets diehards hearts but on 69th minute some hope was restored when Kabichi brilliant free kick was looped over the wall and beat Silver goalkeeper Charles Swini who thought the ball was going over.
However the visitors made sure they pocket three points with a final nail on Bullets coming from Ndaziona Chatsalira on 77th minute.
The Flames midfielder capitalized another defence lapse on Bullets controlling the ball inside the box before slotting it home with his left foot.
Bullets FC players are now living in fear following the loss to Silver Strikers on Sunday at Kamuzu Stadium after irate supporters threatened to deal with them for letting the team down.
On Sunday the players were forced to walk from the stadium to Bullets club house as the supporters bayed for their blood.
Midfielder Chimango Kayira, Fischer Kondowe and Diverson Mlozi had to be escorting in police armoured vehicle to the club house after they were targeted by the bloodthirsty supporters.

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