AFC Leopards assistant coach Tom Juma and Team Manager Gilbert Selebwa could be on their last days with the Kenya Premier League giants.
The duo’s future was thrown into a state of uncertainty following the arrival of Serbian coach Nicola Kavazovic.
The former Township Rollers tactician met AFC Leopards players for the first time on Monday, but Selebwa and Tom Juma, who was in charge of the squad on a caretaker basis following the exit of Rodolfo Zapata late last season, were conspicuously missing in team’ training ground in Limuru.
According to a source within the club, Selebwa reportedly told a section of the players that he was attending to a family matter on the very day that he was meant to introduce Kavazovic to the playing unit.
New Goalkeepers' trainer Lawrence Webo, who took over from Matthews Ottamax, was however, present. “He made a call in between the session saying that he was attending to a family matter in his rural home and he the management to pay him some money,” the source who did not want to be named, told Goal.com.
AFC Leopards are yet to make any formal communication on the future of the two, who are said to be on their way out of the club.