The battle between Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club and midfield maestro Jaffalie Chande has taken new twist after the player obtained a court Protection Order, restraining the club officials and supporters from harassing him.
The player dumped the club and wants to join rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers but his former club is blocking the move, claiming he has a running contract.
Both the player and the club have failed to produce a genuine copy of contract and reports indicate that his contract was used as loan collateral to unidentified company by the former executive committee.
The court Order has summoned three Bullets officials Stone Mwamadi, Billy Tewesa and Isaac Norman to attend to the judge’s chambers on 19th April 2016 at 2pm.
This follows threats the three have been charging towards the player. The Order restrains the three and other Bullets followers from harassing, annoying, alarming and/or intimidating or committing any acts of violence against the player.
It further restrains the defendants from trespassing onto the player’s land/house until the hearing and determination of their matter.
The player publicly announced that he no longer wants to play for Nyasa Big Bullets and revealed his heart is with the Nomads.
Chande dumped Bullets after they failed to honour his demand of a K3 million signing on fee before he extends his contract with the club.
Meanwhile, both parties are waiting for the Football Association of Malawi’s (FAM) disciplinary committee to come up with a determination.