In an effort to ensure total peace, calm and order in football matches,Nyasa Big Bullets in conjunction with the Football Association of Malawi(FAM) conducted training for the Club’s stewards. The training started on Monday in Blantyre where 55 new game stewards have been trained.
Nyasa Big Bullets Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Fleetwood Haiya says the initiative aims at preserving the Club’s good reputation to protect the interests of the potential partners.
“We are looking at the reputation and perspective of our partners. Sponsors do run away from the beautiful game due to football related violence.
He added by saying that the development is Part of the Clubs re branding drive.
“We have spend about MWK 1.2 million and Football Association of Malawi has also indicated that they will pay the facilitation fee.We believe that at the end of the day we will benefit a lot.
“The only way to improve our football is that stakeholders should also take part in developing the game as stewards will guard,secure and also control spectators or supporters during matches,” said Haiya.
In his remarks, FAM Executive member Daudi Suleman said the initiative will help the team to build its brand
“The initiative will create a safe and free environment during our games which will in turn attract more people during football matches.
“The issue of security falls under our jurisdiction and this is in-house so the example set by Nyasa Big Bullets should be emulated by other teams
Nyasa Big Bullets will also conduct similar clinics in the central and northern regions respectively.