A section of the team’s fans have already been calling for Chungas head, apparently concerned with the teams inconsistent performances. Their patience was not helped by Saturdays performances as United went behind in the first two minutes of the game before Motor Action sealed 2-0 victory in the second half.
The fans demanded the sacking of Chunga at the end of the game but Phiri told The Zimbabwean that the club would not be rushed into any decision. “We will look at the overall picture sometime this week before deciding the way forward. But let it be known that we will not be rushed into any decision because we want to give the coach time with the team. We need to support him,” he said.
Chungas side had a ban storming start to the season, winning their opening three games and scoring 14 goals before the run of wins was checked by Blue Ribbon. Alarm bells started ringing when Caps dropped two points against Black Mambas before Chunga earned a minor reprieve with a 1-0 win away to impressive Chicken Inn last weekend.Post published in: Athletics