Chitembwe should remain resilient
EDITOR — Not so long ago, Lloyd Chitembwe was being hailed and saluted as one of the best local football coaches who took CAPS United from the shadows of failure and under-achievement.
He guided the Green Machine to a sensational league championship under the most difficult of conditions, his run in the Champions League has also been decent.
CAPS United are just being slowed down by their fixture congestion and some are already hinting that Chitembwe should be sacked.
Football is marked by ups and downs and the terrain is not always smooth even if he is to ask fellow coaches in the domestic top-flight.
Earlier in the season he cited concerns about the negative impacts of fixture congestion and people dismissed him as a cry baby.
Now he is being criticised from all corners, if he is that terrible how did he win the championship last season?
He should keep chasing dreams and objectives because failure is never an option.
We know him as a combative hard-working coach. His dedication cannot be questioned even from his playing days at the same club he is now managing.
Next stop is the Zimbabwe national team King Lloyd, don’t let bad results dishearten you.
Be firm and strong.
Felix Zonke, Harare.