Beleaguered Silver Strikers coach Stain Chirwa has said he is ready to leave the club with his backroom staff following the team’s poor performance this season.
The development followed the team’s one-all draw against bottom of the club FISD Wizzards who came from behind to hold the giants at Silver Stadium leaving it languishing on position eight from 14 games.
Reacting to Silver fans’ call to step down Chirwa should the executive committee deem it fit that they have failed they will not cling on to the position.
Speaking to MBC after the Wizards match, Chirwa said: “Whatever the employer says, I’ll go by it”.
He added: “In life you’re employed to do a job [and] if some other people feel you’re not doing a good job, when time comes to go we go. Life goes on, football is a never-ending game, it will continue.”
Silver coach added:“People might have their own feeling about our performance but what I can say is that I am ready to go if my employers feel that we have failed. Life will have to go on. That’s part of football.”
He attributed the team’s poor run of form to lack of commitment of the players.
Chirwa also said the lack of depth of the players was due to the loss of key players at the start of this season.
The 2013 champions have won six games drawn two and losing six games at the first half recess.