As AtlasMara keeps taking hard punches from a frustrating business environment, Zesco United face another blinding uppercut.
Coach George Lwandamina is on the verge of ditching the Zambian Champions as he is shortlisted for the Black Leopards job in South Africa.
Black Leopards have had a bumpy start to the 2019 season recording only one win in five matches and they lie twelfth on the PSL table. As the axe head falls on the Leopards coach, George Lwandamina is top on the Leopards wanted list and the conditions put at this bait are too tempting for Lwandamina to resist.
Black Leopards will offer a whopping $120,000 per month, far more than what Lwandamina has been getting at Zesco. That will make Lwandamina highest paid Zambian coach.
Lwandamina has been in charge of Zesco since April 2018 leading them to the 2018 league title.
He also led Zesco United to the semi-finals of the Champions league in 2016 before he left for Tanzania where he had a horror season that forced him back at Zesco United.
The 56-year-old former Zambian International just powered Zesco United to the summit of the league after a 3-0 win over Nakambala Leopards on Wednesday he remains favourite to win the 2019 Zambian super league title.
Should George ditch Zesco again? Can he succeed in South Africa?