CAPS United manager leaning towards exit ahead of Zamalek game
Lloyd Chitembwe leaning towards quitting CAPS United after seeing his side defeated 2-0 by lowly Yadah in the Castle Lager Premiership.
Chitembwe’s security at the Zimbabwean champions looks more precarious than ever after a poor start to the season, gaining only 13 points from their first nine league games.
They are also almost certainly facing elimination from the Champions League after losing to Al Ahli Tripoli 4-2, with the team required to win their remaining two games to qualify to the quarter-finals.
Asked about his future with the Zimbabwean side, Chitembwe said: “Naturally its disappointing to lose. I know the expectations of the team, the expectations of the players, i think they gave their all but unfortunately it was never meant to be.
“But at the end of the day,its all about the coach. When you are a coach you need to look at your self and i really need to look at myself critically and review my position.
You feel the club deserves more and better. When you look at yourself and you see your effort is not matching the expectations you feel it is important you there could be some one out there who could take the team further,” he added.
CAPS United are currently bottom of Group B with just three points, and their next game will be against Zamalek, who sit third with five points, on Sunday, July 2 at the Zimbabwe National Sports Stadium, Harare.
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