Mighty Wanderers say they will review their coaching panel led by Bob Mpinganjira due to the club’s poor performance.
In an interview yesterday, Nomads chairperson Chancy Gondwe said they are not amused with the team’s continued poor showing despite boasting one of the best squads in the TNM Super League.
He said: “We will make some hard and very tough decisions very soon because we cannot go on like this.
“Heads will have to roll. This will be done for the good of the club.”
The development comes at a time the Nomads are finalising a nine-month sponsorship deal with Salima Sugar Company who have set the team’s performance as one of the conditions for a long-term deal consideration.
Gondwe’s statement came soon after the Lali Lubani Road outfit lost to Karonga United 2-0 on Saturday.
But yesterday, the Nomads recovered to beat Chitipa United by the same margin through goals from Vitumbiko Kumwenda and Misheck Botomani.
Coincidentally, the resolution comes a few days after the Nomads got a cash injection of their sponsorship from their prospective sponsor.
Salima Sugar company secretary Charles Thupi yesterday confirmed that unofficially, they have started dishing out the sponsorship.
“We are finalising the deal, but we have already started releasing funds to the team and just a few days ago, we released K2 million towards their trip to Karonga,” he said.
Wanderers have only won seven out of their 18 games. They have lost four and drawn seven and are fourth on the table with 28 points, 10 behind leaders Silver Strikers.
Mpinganjira, whose assistant is his younger brother Albert, was not available for comment yesterday.