FAZ Super Division side Mufulira Wanderers say they are moving on following the decision by head coach Manfred Chabinga to desert the club at the weekend.
Chabinga on Sunday told journalists that he had left Mighty despite not officially resigning.
He left the Mighty camp hours before Sunday’s home match against Lusaka Tigers which finished goalless at Shinde Stadium citing interference in his duties.
But Wanderers secretary Samuel Kalunga said the club respects Chabinga’s decision to leave the legendary.
“Manfred Chabinga has disappeared but he has not pushed in his resignation. He has resigned in the media but we are yet to get it from him,” Kalunga said.
“Since he has told the media we are definitely moving on. It is his choice so we respect it,” he said.
Kalunga refuted Chabinga’s allegations suggesting that officials were meddling in his duties.
“There is no one who has been interfering in his duties. Whatever he means by interference we don’t we understand it,” he added.
Wanderers are seventh on the table with 7 points from 6 matches played.