Super league giants Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have issued stiff warnings to their coaches Franco Ndawa and Jack Chamangwana restrictively over a ‘poor start’ in the new campaign.
Malawi24 has learnt that Ndawa was summoned by leaders of supporters and other officials where he has been given two matches to win to save his job.
The Peoples team has in four games in the top tier league won once and recorded three draws a run of form they share with the Nomads.
This has forced the supporters to reach the resolution of giving the mentor a two match ultimatum to produce results.
The supporters also railed at the team for what it calls poor performance of the defending champions.
On the other hand, the Nomads have reportedly asked Chamangwana to revisit his tactics which supporters believe has killed the attacking pace in the side.
The Nomads are not using wingers and this style of player fielding saw them have no chances created in the recent goalless draw against Civo United.
In their next matches Nomads play Songani Veterans today at Kamuzu Stadium while Bullets play MDF marine in the Presidential Cup.
Pressure now mounts on the mentors as the fans expect a lot from them.