Plot to oust Kumar thickens?

FRANCISTOWN: Reports of underhand manoeuvres within the Prisons VI Volleyball Club squad to get their head coach, Rakish Kumar replaced are reportedly thickening.

In fact, the coach's job is not safe and nothing can be guaranteed if he does not turn the team's woeful form in the last three games of the ongoing Mascom Men's Volleyball League 2013's first round, sources said.Informed sources within the prison wardens dominated side said the Prisons VI camp is deeply divided with players calling for the sacking of Kumar three months into his coaching job at the white and green striped outfit.Kumar joined the Prisons VI at the beginning of the season around March. The nomadic coach was brought in to change the club's fortunes.

However, reports are that players are making his job difficult. It is said players are not happy with his training schedules and guidance on the courts."His tactics are outdated," said one player, who requested anonymity in fear of victimisation. The anonymous player said the coach's "outdated strategies" have resulted in them losing some of the games they were meant to easily win.The source added that players are planning to petition the management. In the petition, the source said the players would state their displeasure about the coach and demand that Kumar be sacked as a mentor.

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