Kaindu should resign

EDITOR — Highlanders Football Club has continued with its disappointing performance this season, and it is time coach Kelvin Kaindu resigns.

As Highlanders supporters we have been patient but the game over the weekend which our team lost to ZPC Kariba 3-1 was the final blow.

The team has been losing to big teams such as Dynamos and FC Platinum but losing to a recently promoted team by such a wide margin is just too much.

We are not surprised with the violence that broke out at Hartsfield Rugby Grounds in Bulawayo.

The supporters have every right to be angry but they should not express themselves in this violent manner.

As a supporter, I am worried that the next person to face the wrath of the supporters will be coach Kaindu.

He has to bear in mind that all supporters want is for their team to win.

If Kaindu has run out of ideas, he should just resign before the whole situations goes out of control.

I do not support the violence by Highlanders supporters, but we really need a win to stay in the game.

I think going for a third lose in consecutive games is just too much.

The Highlanders executive must do something soon.

Disappointed Supporter

Comments (3)

Disappointed Supporter, I am a De Mbare fan. Now that Kaindu has been forced out of your team! It is rather sad. It should be borne in my mind that consistency and patience are the key to success. Your team was not in a bad position. You are being made to believe that the coach is the one to blame for your woes. He is only a sacrificial lamb. Look into the bigger picture: the politics of highlanders football club, in particular.

zora - 1 October 2014

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They fired Kaiundu wher are they now

jack Madhidhirika - 11 November 2014

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