Civo United have revealed that they gave their coach, Alex Masanjala, a four-game target to deliver or have his position reviewed.
The teamâ€™s general secretary Rashid Mtelela said in an interview with ZBS radio that already two games have passed.
The games included the Standard Bank Knockout Trophy quarter-final second leg, which they drew 0-0 at home against Moyale, but managed to qualify for the semi-finals on an away goal rule; and Sundayâ€™s 4-1 loss to Silver Strikers in the semi-finals.
â€œIt is just one of the measures for the team to be doing well. We will then review the performance of the team after the four games,â€ he said.
Mtelela, however, condemned the behaviour of his teamâ€™s supporters, who bayed for the coachâ€™s blood after Sundayâ€™s defeat.
The supporters chanted that Masanjala should resign and wanted to manhandle him as he came out of the dressing room. Police whisked him to safety in an armoured vehicle.
â€œWe understood the supportersâ€™ fury, but that was not proper and as executive, we plead with them and condemn such behaviour,â€ said Mtelela.
Masanjala could not be reached for comment.
Under Masanjala, Civo have reached three finals in the past four years.