TNM Super League rookies, Max Bullets’ woes have been worsened by the resignation of their coaches, Aubrey Nankhuni and Trevor Kajawa.
The coaches were not available on the technical bench during a 0-2 loss to Red Lions on Sunday at the MDC Stadium, in Blantyre.
In an interview on Monday, Nankhuni reserved his comment. Max Bullets have changed four coaches in seven months.
“I am at home and I will remain silent. If anything, call Max [team owner Max Kapanda]. A lot is happening but I am a man of principles and discipline. I am about to do a Caf A Licence. Let us wait and see after that,” Nankhuni said.
Nankhuni was hired to assist Trevor Kajawa, who too was absent during the TNM Super League game against Lions.
It has been revealed that the former Blackpool coach was the first to throw in the towel following a misunderstanding with the club’s owner.
Kapanda said he was not happy that his team is bottom of the league table with eight points from 22 games.
“I hired the coaches with high qualification but where we are? I do not see any reason to keep these coaches. I will see what to do in the remaining games,” said Kapanda whose side have won once in all competitions this season.
Before the season, Coach, Leo Mpulula, quit Max Bullets who then hired Patrick Kulemeka, who too, did not survive on the job. Kajawa was brought in a caretaker role before the engagement of Nankhuni. All the four coaches hold Caf B licences.
Football Association of Malawi Technical Director, John Kaputa, said it was unfair to expect a highly qualified coach to deliver the goods when they are coaching a club that does not have incentives and facilities.
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