In just the first half of the current Nigeria Professional Football League campaign, some head coaches are already in danger of losing their jobs, AOIFootball.com can report.
Among them is Coach John Obuh, who, after promoting Kwara United back to the top flight, is having a tougher situation in his hands with the management issuing him a three-match ultimatum to improve the fortunes of the club or face the hammer.
Interestingly, Kwara United have conceded more goals than they have scored, with just three wins in twelve matches in NPFL. The Harmony Boys are now languishing in the 20th position in the league.
NPFL debutants, Go Round FC are also not finding life easy in the top flight and the first casualty of their lackadaisical showing so far may be their coach, Ngozi Elechi.
The relatively unknown gaffer appears to be punching above his weight as he has not been able to lift his young troops from the 19th position.
At the moment, they have only managed to pick 13 points from eleven matches, having won four, drawn one and lost six.
Elsewhere, considering the lackluster performance of Heartland, Coach Ramson Madu is also feeling the pressure from the teeming fans of the club.
After four defeats from 11 games, indications are strong that the management and fans of the ‘Naze Millionaires’ may soon run out of patience with the ex-international.
As a matter of fact, Heartland suffered a 0-3 in the hands of Mountain of Fire Miracles FC in Lagos.