Moyale Football Club has refuted social media reports that the team’s players have planned to boycott their next games in the elite TNM Super League due recent changes in the technical panel.
Social media reports alleges that Moyale’s players are not happy with club management’s decision to recall Nicholas Mhango as head coach and make Charles Kamanga as his assistant.
Dismissing the reports in an interview Wednesday, Team Manager, Lieutenant Gerald Kanje said changes are normal and players follow orders in the club.
“That is not true at all. Boycott does not exist; as far as army teams are concerned, players must follow orders. The reports have no substance,” he said.
Kanje said the players are in a strong relationship with Mhango because he was their head coach before and Kamanga has welcomed back his position of an assistant coach.
Despite absence of some players in the squad, morale is high in the camp for the Lions of Kaning’ina as they prepare for their match against Red Lions on Sunday at Mzuzu Stadium.
“Almost all players are in the camp except few who went for a couple of days’ holiday but we are expecting them to report back. Everything is going well and we are expecting to start our second round by collecting maximum points against Red Lions,” he said.
Kaning’ina boys are on seventh on the log with 22 points in 15 games.