Surestream FC Technical Director Peter Mponda has resigned from his position, saying he is tired of inside the club’s politics.
Confirming the development in an interview with the Press, Mponda said their 4-2 defeat to Blue Eagles in their league opener, he has been working under pressure some officials within the club.
“I can confirm that I have resigned from my position. There is too much politics within our club and I can’t continue working with ungrateful people who think they are “Mr know it all”. It doesn’t work like that.
“They have been telling me to do things which cannot work so I think they can do better than me, I have had enough,” said Mponda.
Mponda also trashed the claims that his decision to step down is based on the poor performance displayed by the club in the Super League.
“No, the decision wasn’t made based on our poor start to the league. I won division 1 then the premier division and now we are in the Super League, I have stepped down because I am afraid of tarnishing my good record,” said Mponda.
Surestream FC has only earned a single point from four games and is currently on position 14.
The club will this weekend date Azam Tigers at the soccer maker Kamuzu Stadium.