Civo Service coach admits things falling apart

Milias Pofera

His side’s 2-nil defeat at home to Super League defending champions Big Bullets on Sunday has left Milias Pofera with a bitter pill to swallow as he has admitted that Civo Service United are passing through a rough patch.

This follows another heavy defeat at the hands of struggling Red Lions at Zomba Community Centre Ground, a clear indication that all is not well at the Standard Bank Cup champions who finished last season on a very high note.

Milias Pofera
Milias Pofera admits pressure.

This has forced the ‘CAF A’ licence holder to admit that his team is passing through hell.

“This is another disappointing defeat at home and as a coach, I am very concerned with the results.”

“We are passing through a rough patch at the moment but I am very optimistic of turning the tables. Very soon, we will start doing well,” he said.

Pofera, popularly known as Jegwe, succeeded Oscar Kaunda who was fired for not having a minimun CAF B coaching licence but if the situation at Civo remains unchanged, he might soon follow his predecessor.

According to information at hand, the former Dedza Young Soccer coach has now been given five games to turn things around if he is to remain at the servants’ helm.

The latest defeat leaves them 11th in the standings with 15 points from 13 league games.



  1. Go back to DEDZA young soccer. Kumchotsetsa mzako you thought you will get peace? If Civo clings to you,they will go into relegation zone

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