Former Uganda Cranes and PSL side Kaizer Chiefs star, David Obua has sympathised with the sacked German Coach, Middendorp Ernest.
Yesterday Kaizer Chiefs’ Chairman, Motaung Kaizer together with his top management reached on the agreement of relieving of duties from Middendorp after missing out on the PSL title on last day.
Former Scottish outfit Hearts of Midlothian left-winger, David Obua ‘king David’ as mostly referred has used his Twitter handle to show some sympathy with the sacking Middendorp and the whole coaching staff and thinks that he needed more time to create stability in his squad.
“We are all sceptics or pessimists in one way or another when things don’t go our way! But I do feel that in the team sports the ‘collective’ is the most important component. We might have lost but Ernest and his coaching did well.” David Obua tweeted.
“Absolutely. But look at the bigger picture. I think decisions should be made in my opinion to control the situation! With this situation we look at the stability, continuity, The project had a foundation, Now it’s going to be broken.”
“On paper, it was the strongest squad, we must note that! But on the field, it was quite different.” He noted.
David Obua played for Amakhosi three years from 2005 to 2008 and during his spell. He guided Kaizer Chiefs to 2004/05 PSL title, MTN 8 cup -2 (2006,2008), Nedbank Cup -1 ( 2006) Telkom KnockOut -1( 2007).
David Obua does analyse some games with Supersport tv and some coaching with Maroons FC under coach George best Nsimbe and was head coach of Lango Province during the FUFA Drum tournament before tendering in his resignation.