lloyd chitembwe 31-08-10.jpgLloyd Chitembwe, who was relieved of his duties as Caps United Head Coach on Tuesday says he produced more achievements than failures during his tenure as coach and feels proud to have brought discipline and stability among players.

 

Chitembwe, who has no sour grapes for the Caps United leadership and fans after the termination of his contract, spoke about his respect for the club’s directors and his achievements with the Green Machine.

 

“I’m extremely delighted with what I’ve achieved. I’ve had more achievements than failures. There’s no better time to leave the club than this time, It’s time for me to move away from the spotlight because it was affecting my family as well,” Chitembwe said.

Chitembwe added that when he took over the reigns at Caps United there was mayhem and disorder, with indiscipline the order of the day, but he managed to bring stability to the Caps United house.

 

“I managed to bring stability to the club. When I arrived there was no order but i’m glad to say I changed all that,” said Chitembwe.

 

Lloyd Chitembwe took over as Caps United coach from Jostein Mathuthu in January 2009.

 

Poor results in recent matches arising from the departure of their more influential players evoked the anger of the Caps United fans in recent weeks, who called on the clubs directors to show him the exit door together with Team Manager Wilson Mutekede and Assistant Coach, Mike Madzivanyika.

 

Caps United Juniors Coach, Cosmas Chiripamberi conducted the Green Machine’s training session at the University of Zimbabwe grounds on Tuesday morning, with one of the clubs directors saying a new coach would be announced later in the day.