FOOTBALL administrator Andrew Kamanga has appealed to the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) to give Honour Janza a contract as he leads the senior Chipolopolo Boys to COSAFA in May in South Africa.
Kamanga said in an interview that it will not be fair for Janza to lead the team to COSAFA without knowing his fate.
He said it was unfortunate that Janza has been working with the senior Chipolopolo without a contract hence the confusion happening now.
“FAZ should avoid pitfalls by indicating clearly the terms and conditions of him leading the team to COSAFA,” Kamanga said.
Kamanga who is also aspiring candidate for the 2016 FAZ presidency said Janza’s contract should be handed to him in a transparent manner.
“Let this contract matter be handled in an effective manner, if they are not employing him let them state in black and white. This is why contracts are important. They state clearly when your job ends,” he said.
Kamanga said FAZ should be specific on the task they have given Janza of leading the Chipolopolo to COSAFA.
“Whether he accepts to lead the Chipolopolo to COSAFA or not, it is entirely up to him but our appeal is that there should be an agreement,” he said.
Janza has been tasked to lead the senior national team to COSAFA championships as acting head coach after FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya told councilors at the annual general meeting in Kabwe that he was under qualified.
Janza who is also technical director for FAZ has been with the Chipolopolo since August 2014 after taking over from Frenchman Patrice Beaumelle.
The acting coach has a record of 13 games of which five are wins, five draws and three losses.