AFC Leopards Chairman Dan Shikanda has confirmed that coach Tomas Trucha has raised concerns about his security.

Rumours emerged on Tuesday that the coach was contemplating to resign from the club he joined less than a month ago over interference from some club officials.

Shikanda without commenting on these allegations, says the coach told the club that his agent had been threatened by people who claim to be Ingwe fans.

“The coach’s agent has been threatened by people who claim to be our supporters and the coach doesn’t feel safe here. I spoke to him yesterday and he says because his representative has been threatened, he doesn’t feel same,” Shikanda told a local daily.

The former Ingwe foward further revealed that they will be holding a press conference with the Czech Republican, where he will announce his decision on whether he wants to continue working at the den or quitting.

Meanwhile, club captain Robinson Kamura has also fuelled rumors of quitting the Kenyan giants with a cryptic Facebook post.

Shikanda insists that the 26-year-old is still an Ingwe player and plans are underway to renew his contract. Sources close to the player have indicated that he has a better offer from a Zambian club.

Ingwe are among the clubs expected to challenge for the FKF Premier League title this season. But will that be possible with these woes?