Struggling FAZ Super Division side Nchanga Rangers have fired head coach Bruce Mwape.
Club chairman Yoram Kapai confirmed the end of Mwape’s second spell as Nchanga trainer.
The struggling Chingola side is fifth from the bottom of the table with 12 points from 13 matches played.
“We hired him to once again try his luck but he failed us. We have material but the coach seemed not to care about training and discipline of the players,” Kapai charged.
Mwape, a former Roan United and Konkola Mine Police coach, was rehired early last season following the demise of Fighton Simukonda.
Meanwhile, Kapai has confirmed that assistant trainer Evans Sakala has been elevated as acting coach and will be assited by youth team coach Evans Mwaba.