Chippa United chairman Siviwe Mpengesi, who has been on a tear since taking over the club, has met his match.
Mpengesi is well-known for quickly hiring and firing coaches who fail to generate results, but he has been placed in a cage this time around.
This means that if Mpengesi decides to fire Hunt, he will be required to pay a substantial sum of money. Mpengesi could have fired Hunt a long time ago if he hadn't been protected by that provision.
Chippa United have struggled to find success this season, and Mpengesi has been unable to replace Hunt.
The first provision was that Hunt would be able to select his own players from the Chippa transfer market, something that had previously been unheard of at the club.
Chippa have lost their last two league games, and Mpengesi was aware of the clauses because he was involved in the negotiations. However, he feels as if his hands are tied by the results.
Mpengesi is in a difficult situation this time around. Unless, of course, he is willing to put his money on the line for it.
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