Golden Arrows head coach Mabhuti Khenyeza under pressure

Golden Arrows head coach Mabhuti Khenyeza under pressure

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Golden Arrows head coach Mabhuti Khenyeza is facing growing pressure following a string of disappointing results, including a recent 2-0 loss to Chippa United. 

The loss leaves Golden Arrows seventh in the DStv Premiership standings with 20 points from 13 games, a far cry from their early-season form that saw them climb to second in the league.

The club’s struggles have come as a surprise, considering their strong start to the campaign. After winning four of their first five matches, Arrows have now lost their last four league games. This poor run has put Khenyeza under scrutiny, especially after their recent elimination from the Carling Black Label Knockout Cup by AmaZulu.

The pressure on Khenyeza is intensified by the fact that he started the season as co-coach with Vusumuzi Vilakazi. Vilakazi’s departure to Chippa United after a few games left Khenyeza as the sole head coach, adding to the responsibility and expectations placed on him.

Golden Arrows head coach Mabhuti Khenyeza under pressure

While the club management is believed to be supportive of Khenyeza and his ability to turn things around, sources close to the team suggest they are concerned by the recent results. With a crucial match against Orlando Pirates looming on Saturday, December 17th, Khenyeza will need to find a way to reverse the team’s fortunes and silence his critics.

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Meanwhile, there are also reports of uncertainty surrounding Keitano Tembo’s future at Richards Bay. Following their 3-2 loss to Royal AM, the club management is reportedly unhappy with the team’s performance and results, placing Tembo’s position under threat. With only two wins from 14 matches and languishing in 15th position, pressure is mounting on Tembo to deliver positive results in the coming weeks.

Both Khenyeza and Tembo face critical moments in their respective coaching careers. The upcoming fixtures will be crucial for their future prospects and their ability to lead their clubs back to success.

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