By Antony Isaiah Jr:…
Nyasa Big Bullets Head Coach, Kalisto Pasuwa said his charges need to be concentrated throughout the game as they play against the relegation threatened Sable Farming tomorrow at Kamuzu Stadium.
The Tactician said Sable Farming are a good side that is hunting for Maximum points and they need to concentrate until the last whistle.
WHAT HAPPENED? Nyasa Big Bullets are coming from a 1-all stalemate against Blue Eagles at Kamuzu on Saturday and they are winless in their last three games, facing The Chiradzulu-based farmers, bouncing back to the winning ways will be at stake.
Sable are coming from a 1-0 victory over Karonga United and they will need three points at all cost as they are fighting for their survival in the league.
They collected 21 points from 24 games and they sit 14th on the table.
Nyasa Big Bullets being the team that have scored more goals than any team, are facing a team that have conceded 32 goals from their 24 games.
Babatunde’s penalty strike was enough for the people’s team to collect maximum points over the Rookies.
WHAT WAS SAID? Nyasa Big Bullets are leading the table with 58 points from 24 games and a win will see them edging closer to securing their fourth League title in four years but the Zimbabwean mentor has cautioned his boys to be extra careful as they are facing the team that is need of the points.
“It is going to be a very good game, remember we have been playing games, and now it’s like the pressure is to the boys to say we haven’t been winning, but again am saying to them, it’s part of the game, it happens. These boys they have played som many games and that’s why I have been trying to rotate them, we were looking at each and every game that is coming in front of us. And now you can even see that some of the guys who have been playing for the National Team, the legs are gone and we need to manage them.
“A game against Sable, [they] are a team which is looking for points, I don’t know how, so those are difficult teams when you play them. You need to have concentration throughout the game as you saw in the last games that we have played. Sometimes, we can take a lead and then we are failing to keep that lead, we can be scored and then we try to come back and equalise. We have been trying to side them up, mentally, they are loaded, it’s information each and every day we are giving them which is not healthy to some of the boys who are just coming in.
“We had some of players who have played very well in absence of the regular ones, and we also have some of them who need to pick and we are trying to say to them to say, us as Bullets, we registered 30 players and on the 30 players that we registered, we wanted each and every player to be taking part in the season that we started, that’s how we planned. Now, to some of them if we give them, they are already in the last mood, where you can see to say is this one taking himself to be a bench warmer,” said Pasuwa.