Yadah coach Genesis Mangombe has revealed he is stepping down from his post following the team’s poor run and a public spat with team manager Billy Sinani.
Mangombe and Sinani clashed on social media on Tuesday, and the two were not talking during the 2-0 loss to Bulawayo Chiefs at National Sports Stadium yesterday.
The coach didn’t attend the post-match interview as he left the stadium immediately after the game.
He later confirmed to the Herald newspaper that his time at Yadah was up and will officially tender his resignation.
“I am done for now. I love the team, and I respect Prophet Walter Magaya a lot,’’ said Mangombe.
“I will officially tender my resignation but, for now, I should admit that it’s not so rosy.
“The environment has not been conducive with the manager trying everything to frustrate me.
“The authorities are saying I should stay, but I can’t keep up with what is on the ground, especially the politics.”
Chiefs got their goals from Shadreck Nyahwa in the 54th minute before Jonathan Chitereki scored an own goal twenty minutes later.