Amid strong speculation that he would be handing in his resignation letter on Monday, Baroka coach Wedson Nyirenda suspects he is being sabotaged.
Bakgaga suffered their 7th defeat of the 2019/20 campaign following a 1-0 defeat at home by Stellenbosch over the weekend.
Baroka remain the only team in the league who are yet to register a win at home after 15 matches.
Speaking to reporters after the match Nyirenda seemed to have lost hope on changing the team’s fortunes for the better.
“We deserved to lose because we were not putting anything. It is getting into my mind now whereby you train a team and it cannot change, what is it that I am not going to do with them when you talk to them about the team problem they know?
“We cannot score, we can not defend well; you change things in training they look good but when you come to the game they just give away.
“Perhaps there is some sabotage you never know,” Nyirenda claimed.
“Think the way you want to think (on sabotage claims) because I am not getting my results.”
Sources within the Baroka camp have told FARPost.co.za that the Zambian mentor is set to meet with club chairman Khurishi Mphahlele on Monday morning where he may hand over his resignation letter.
Nyirenda is reportedly unhappy with the interference from the management whereby it is alleged that they dictate on who he plays on match days.
By Ofhani Munyai