Dynamos interim coach Lloyd Chigowe has become the latest coach to give up on Denver Mukamba’s wayward behaviour.
Chigowe spent the whole week in the build-up to the Chibuku Super Cup quarter against Herentals centring his play around Mukamba but the stubborn midfielder did not pitch up for the match.
“We planned well during the week with Denver being our main man. Everything in terms of our attack evolved around him. We separated with him on Friday, but he didn’t turn up for camping on Saturday, and there is no communication from him. We have to sit down as an institution and take autopsy of his behaviour,” said Chigowe.
Mukamba also missed the trip to FC Platinum at Mandava after claiming that he was attending to his sick wife. At the start of the season, he was banished from the club by then-coach Lloyd Mutasa and found sanctuary in Lloyd Chitembwe at Caps United. But barely six months in, Chitembwe gave up, and the player needed support from the executive to force Mutasa to accept him.
Mukamba has failed to improve his game since named the best player on the local league in 2013. Former Warriors coach Klaus Dieter Pagels even bestowed him the Warriors captaincy, but the player accused of alcohol and drug abuse, failed to repay back the faith which saw him even fail in South Africa at Bidvest Wits. Even loan spells at Pretoria U