Franco Ndawa has been sacked by Mighty Wanderers FC amid poor results.
The club has also shown the exit the Team Manager Mc Hodges Chunga and Assistant Team Manager Coxley Kamange.
Felix Fosko, the club’s current assistant coach, has agreed to take charge until the end of the season. He will be assisted by Albert ‘Kika’ Mpinganjira, the former Wanderers player. Chiyembekezo Zidana is the acting team manager.
The team has conceded four consecutive defeats which in the process saw the club being booted out of the Presidential Cup which they were defending.
Ndawa’s departure was confirmed by Nomads General Secretary David Kanyenda, saying “Ndawa has parted company with Wanderers Club on a mutual agreement.”
“We have not sacked or dismissed the coaches but it is based on mutual agreement. All this has been made to pave way for new technical panel and for the betterment of the club,” said Kanyenda.
He said performances of the team have not been good enough and were showing no signs of improving at a key time in the season.
Kanyenda assured the club supporters that the team is working on bringing in a new technical panel but kept a tight lead on prospective line up of officials to take over.
He said Nomads aim to remain as competitive as possible for the rest of the season.
But media reports indicate that Azam Tigers and former Blantyre United coach Leo Mpulula is the possible candidate to take charge of the Nomads team.