Satmos have only managed to accumulate a single point after a draw against Police XI from four matches. The Cheetahs were given a baptism of fire by be MOBILE defending champions Township Rollers who walloped them 4-1 in a one-sided match played at Selebi-Phikwe Stadium over the weekend.
Speaking to Mmegi Sport, Ntini said he was not aware that he had been fired as Satmos management had not communicated with him regarding the issue.
He said the allegations that he has lost his job are untrue because they are working on building the team. Ntini said he could not run away from the pressure the team is currently under.
"That is not true, I have not been fired. I am looking forward to turning the team around. It is only that I do not have a striker to score the much-needed goals.
The players that we are using do not have the experience of playing in the Premier League," he said.
Satmos director Mooketsi 'China' Mading was the one conducting training this week. Ntini explained that he was unavailable. After his arrival at the side last season, the Zimbabwean mentor managed to get Satmos promoted to the Premier League.
Satmos spokesperson, Mpenzeni Sambandawe said he was not in a position to comment on the matter. He said the club was reassessing the entire department because they want to identify their weak points. He noted that the management would deal with such department as a way of improving the club.
Satmos play BDF XI at the SSKB Stadium this weekend.