Deposed AFC Leopards coach Luc Eymael has urged newly appointed interim coach James Nandwa to tighten his belt as he begins life at the club.
Nandwa will take over from Eymael to the end of the current season and though he wishes Nandwa well, Eymael insists that the problem lies with the cub leadership as regards failures past and present.
- I know him (Nandwa) but have little to say because these things [coaching] have been done before so I don’t know who will be blamed this weekend if they lose since its no longer me; I am out of the way.
- If you have a rotten potato in the bag and you don’t remove it, the whole bag will be rotten. So that for me has not been removed so the problem is not solved. Are all the coaches bad or is the problem somewhere else? There have been UEFA Pro- coaches here but they exited the same way, he told Futaa.com.
Nandwa will take on Leopards' bogey team Chemelil Sugar over the weekend in the GOtv Shield, in his first match in-charge at the club.