Blantyre-based TNM Super League giants Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers coaches’ jobs hang in balance following the clubs’ poor start to in the new campaign.
Nyasa Bullets FC’s Franco Ndawa and Wanderers’ Jack Chamangwana have since been given two matches to improve results or face a chop.
Bullets and Nomads are tied at six points with four games with three draws and one win.
According to media reports, supporters and officials of two clubs decided to give the coaches ultimatum to force improvement of 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 Red Lions.