Civo holds another ‘crisis meeting’

Civo Service United Executive Committee Members were on Sunday morning of 4th December 2016 locked in a crisis meeting to bang heads as the search for a solution to rescue the team from being relegated from the elite K95 TNM Super League continues, Nyasa Times understands.

Civo players , where is the wining vibe
Civo players , where is the wining vibe

The team is at the verge of facing a relegation tragey following its worst perfomance ever in the league since its formation in 1987.

The development comes a day after losing again in a must win game against the soldiers of Kamuzu Barracks who have reclaimed the top spot.

The military side now have 52 points from 27 games followed by the Eagles who were ontop with 51 points.

The loss have slimmed further the chances of Civo’s survival in the league as they stuck on second position from the bottom of the 16 member log table with only 21 points from 27 games.

Several measures have been put in place in trying to inspire and motivate the players but to no avail .

Among other things, the team engaged former legends in trainning the team as well as giving the players inspirational talks.

The management also raised game bonuses from K18,000 to K25,000 before raising again to K45,000 for a win but nothing has materialised.

Civo lost track after firing their Head Coach Oscar Kaunda at the beginning of the 2016-17 season who was replaced with Dedza Young Soccer Coach Millias Pofera Jegwe who had a poor run.

Jegwe was later fired for the incumbent Charles Manda who has again struggled to find the missing rib of the jig-saw.

But Manda has received a backing from the team executive during all the crisis meetings the club has been holding this is according to inside sources.

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Jimaro Kanyamula
Jimaro Kanyamula
5 years ago

This officials have selfishly killed this club. Where are the proceeds from the sales of their players. Is this a real team or a nursery for other clubs? Does this club have ambitions? I suggest that ALL the executive members must resign and people with ambition to raise the standard of soccer should take over. I don’t understand why a team with stable sponsorship like CIVO to be in the crisis like the one we are seeing. They are ALL a bunch of failures. Even the so-called CIVO legends have failed miserably. SHAME ON YOU!

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