Wednesday Aug 09, 2017. 09:00
ZPC Kariba coach Sunday Chidzambwa has threatened to leave the club if his players do not show a sense of urgency.
It is reported that the coach is crumbling under pressure in this season's tightly contested Zimbabwean Premiership race.
The experienced manager has threatened to walk away from the team if he does not get a positive response from his players following their lifeless displays in their last three matches.
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It is mentioned that the 1-0 loss at the hands of Caps United on Sunday has pushed the legendary Zimbabwean coach to consider quitting the club.
Kariba are eighth on the log standings and 11 points adrift of leaders Ngezi Platinum Stars.
"Our problem is we are not fighting. I am going to talk to the players. If they don't want to fight, then I may as well resign,” said Chidzambwa.
“We have very good players. The only thing we have to do is fight for three points.
"I think we also had some new youngsters in there. We didn't fight. You don't win games when you don't fight. You must put maximum effort. Our players are not doing that.
"As a result I get the flak and get fired. If they are not prepared to fight I will go away. Maybe, they want someone who they can fight for.
"I mean look at CAPS United, you can count on maybe three or four players, but everybody was fighting, everybody wanted to win.
"They were chasing after every ball whether defensive or offensive. They were chasing for everything, but ours (were) too nice."