A section of AFC Leopards fans is trying to sabotage the club, chairman Dan Shikanda has said.

In a candid interview with the press on Wednesday, Shikanda revealed that a section of fans have threatened coach Tomas Trucha and he could leave the club because of that.

“Some people who call themselves our fans are trying to distabilise the club. They are trying to kill that the National Executive Committee has done,” Shikanda said.

Trucha is likely to quit the club before their next leagu match over the weekend because his agent was threatened.

“There are a lot of threats on the coach’s agent and he is not happy. I don’t know what these people want,” the former player said.

He revealed that Trucha was earning a small salary despite the fact that he has the same credentials like Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp.

The club will hold a conference with Trucha on Thursday to chart the way foward.

But it seems Shikanda was just delaying the announcement about the Czech Republican quitting the den.

The club official had attended the official launch of Betsafe at Sarova Hotel. The betting firm is also the club’s official shirt sponsor.

Ingwe are getting Ksh 40m from the deal, money Shikanda says is not enough to meet the club’s budget. He said they have not paid the player’s October salaries but are working on doing the same.