Zanaco FC, a Zambian club, has sacked former Super Eagles assistant coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, with six games left to the end of the season.
The club also announced Wedson Nyirenda as interim coach for the remainder of the season.
This comes after the team failed to win a game in their last eight encounters.
Their last win was a home win against Nkana on January 21.
According to a statement signed by the Chief Executive Office, Modest Hamalabbi and shared by the club via it’s Twitter handle, the 1995 African Footballer of the Year was relieved of his position as the club’s consultant alongside head coach Kevin Kaindu and his assistant coach Emeka Amadi.
“The board of Directors and Management of Zanaco Football Club wishes to announce that the club has separated with the consultant coach Mr. Emmanuel Amuneke and the assistant coach Emeka Amadi with immediate effect. The club also separated with the Head coach, Mr. Kevin Kaindu,” part of the statement reads.