Azam Tigers Coach, Patrick Kulemeka, has said he wants to discuss with the Kau-Kau management over his future as results are not forthcoming.
Speaking after his team came from behind to hold Civil Sporting Club 1-1 at Chilomoni Stadium in Blantyre on Saturday in the TNM Super League, Kulemeka hinted at quitting.
“I wish Azam all the best in the second-round because I have tried my part. I need to know my future because I have failed to deliver. This is one of the issues I need to discuss with management,” Kulemeka said.
“As a team, we needed to move forward but results are not coming our way. So, if results are not coming on our way, surely one way or the other, as a coach, I take responsibility. That is why I want to meet management, present my case and if they accept, I will come out and announce my position,” Kulemeka added.
Tigers Technical Director, Robin Alufandika, Tuesday said he was unaware of Kulemeka’s tinkering on his future.
Tigers, who lost key players such as Bright Munthali, Patrick Thupi, Peter Mpulula and Yamikani Chester to Nyasa Big Bullets, Civil Sporting Club and Be Forward Wanderers are on position nine on log table with 18 points from 14 games.
In the last five league games, Tigers have won once, drawn and lost twice.
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