Civo United officials have asked the coach Milias Profera-Jegwe to take heed of correcting team’s poor performance in TNM Super League before being fired.
The club’s run in this league has been unentertaining from the dawn of this season up to the moment where team has lost 4-0 to Red Lions and 2-0 to Nyasa Big Bullets in consecutive weeks.
Civo have played 13 games, remaining with only two games at hand, and have managed to gain only 15 points that make them be eleventh on the Super League table.
The general secretary of club Thomas Makiwa disclosed on Monday that the executive committee has lost patience with Pofera.
“We are disappointed with the team’s performance. The coach needs to step up and start wining, otherwise, we will fire him if team continues with poor performance,” he said.
However, Pofera has just asked the executive to grant him only patience as he has just been in the position for three months only.