players soon after they were promoted into
the top flight league last year.
Chunga was hired at Shooting Stars after the team lost their first three
games under Zambian coach, Keegan Mumba.
A senior official at Shooting Stars told ZimOnline yesterday that the time
for Chunga at the club might be up.
Chunga was reportedly summoned by one of the club directors, Joe Serengendo
recently and told in no uncertain terms that he faced the axe if he lost the next match.
“Chunga’s romance with Shooting Stars might come to an end very soon.
Shooting Stars owners are not impressed with the way he has handled the
expensively assembled squad. He has also been involved in disciplinary cases and the directors are becoming impatient with him. Firstly he damaged the club vehicle he was using while on personal business and last week he joined the team late when
they played and lost to Zimbabwe Saints.
“Serengendo has told Chunga to be serious because time is running out for
the club. The directors are worried they might be relegated after putting in
so much money,” said the official.
Although ZimOline failed to get a comment from Chunga, a close
friend said he was ready to move if fired.
“Chunga has admitted that he has failed to do well at the club and is ready
for any decision made by the club owners. Actually he is already planning
for the future,” said the friend. – ZimOnline