Bulawayo Chiefs woes continue? head coach Sibindi could cut ties with Amakhosi

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Only a month after his appointment as Bulawayo Chiefs head coach, Joseph Sibindi is considering cutting ties with Amakhosi Amahle following the club’s ‘behaviour’, bhorafrika.com has learnt.

By Bhora Afrika

Sources within the club, told bhorafrika that the recently appointed gaffer is disillusioned and annoyed by the club’s unnamed ‘behaviour’ in recent weeks.

“Frankly, he (Sibindi) said he may leave the team anytime soon. He seems to be disappointed with the way the club’s bosses operate,” the source revealed.

The source added that Sibindi believes the financially troubled club “does not have correct structures in order to succeed”.

Sibindi replaced Lizwe Sweswe who is now at Sheasham in July 2023.

Initially, the sports science lecturer at the national University of Science and Technology (NUST) was appointed as an assistant to Sweswe, a few days before the gaffer left to join the Construction Boys.

He was elevated to the head coach role following the departure of the 2019 championship winner with FC Platinum.

Since taking over from Sweswe, Sibindi has overseen five matches, winning the first two and losing the subsequent three.

He started off well with two successive wins against Caps United and Triangle.

But of late, things have turned out sour for the Caf A holder.

He has lost three matches on the trot against Herentals (1-2), Manica Diamonds (1-3), and Ngezi Platinum Stars (0-1).

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