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Villa's coach risks losing his job following club's poor show

[Posted 09 Nov 2011]
[By Charles Malingha]
Villa

Serbian Srdjan Zivojnov must guide SC Villa to victory over Express on Friday at Namboole if he is to continue with his career at the club

"If he doesn’t win on Friday, he is gone," emphasised Villa football director Joseph Kanaaba after the 16-time league champions registered their fifth draw in seven games,

"It is a board decision, it’s been confirmed." The Bell Super League goalless stalemate against Victors in Jinja yesterday left the Jogoos, who have won just one game, in 11th position on eight points. Villa hierarchy are said to have met Zivo ahead of yesterday’s game and assured him he must pick at least six points from his next three games or face the axe.

But Kanaaba’s latest revelation means the road for the Serb, who joined the club last December, could end on Friday unless otherwise.

Zivo was still ruing the missed chances after the game at Kakindu Stadium. ’’We came to play against a fellow struggling team that also wants three points," he told Daily Monitor, "My players are still not good enough to put away chances."
At Luzira Stadium, an eventful match saw Water, now on 13 points, beat nine-man and disjointed Simba 2-1 to dislodge the army side from the fourth spot.

Simba took the lead against the run of play when Yusuf Baganza netted in the 65th minute but Brian Ochwo equalised in the 83th minute before Nyanzi Makumbi ensured the points from Water with a minute to play. With Fred Kajoba away in Morocco with the Cranes, stand-in coach Steven Kiggundu was sent off the bench for dissent before his players Wahib Innocent and Khalid Awuco were red carded later for dangerous play.

In the other game at Namboole, Brian Akena and George Abege’s goals in either half registered Maroons’ second successive win as they beat Fire Masters 2-0 to go fifth on the table with 11 points.

Leo Adraa side’s second consecutive loss in which they conceded their fifth and sixth goals in two matches leaves them in the relegation zone on seven points. They were also thrashed 4-0 by KCC last Friday.

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