By Mulenga Chapoloko
Kitwe United coach Stephen Mwansa has acknowledged that his job is on the line as promoted Chingalika remains winless in the FAZ Super Division.
Kitwe on Wednesday lost 2-0 to Nkana in Wusakile to remain bottom of the table with four points from 10 matches played.
In a post-match interview, Mwansa told journalists that his fate remains in the hands of club management.
‘I am very disappointed with the loss because what we planned is not what players did on the pitch. We planned to contain Nkana and defend but ended up allowing two silly goals.
‘Our jobs are always under threat. I cannot say much but the onus is with the sponsors. I don’t know what is going to happen but I have tried all my best,’ Mwansa said.
He said Kitwe have a good team but lacked tactical discipline.
‘I think the focus and tactical discipline is lacking. Also fatigue is coming in because we have been playing games continuously on Wednesday and Saturday without resting,’ Mwansa said.
At the start of the season, the Buchi Boys recruited several experienced players among them striker Josephat Kasusu, midfielder Evans Musonda, forward Happy Kaunda and defender Malan Gondwe.