Looks like all is not well at the Harare giants Caps United as the coach was reportedly absent from the match for the second consecutive time yesterday. The Standard reports:
Chitembwe missed the team’s last league match against TelOne last month and did not attend any of the team’s training sessions in the lead-up to the resumption of the league programme after the two-week break.
Angry fans reportedly stormed the pitch after Caps was defeated by ZPC Kariba yesterday baying for Nhamo Tutisani’s blood. Tutisani holds a 20% stake in Caps United. The fans accused Nhamo of being behind the team’s coach Lloyd Chitembwe’s absence according to the same publication:
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Angry CAPS United supporters invaded the pitch at the final whistle baying for Tutisani’s blood, who they accuse of being behind Chitembwe’s absence and the subsequent poor form of the team
A few months ago a Facebook page Caps United Loading Page reloaded which is clearly a fan page was claiming that The New club vice president Nhamo Tutisani was frustrating Lloyd Chitembwe.