Cavin Johnson – the head coach of Black Leopards, has received the backing of the club in trying to turn things around for the Limpopo outfit on the Absa Premiership log, though poor results are a concern for the management, according to sources.
Johnson, who was appointed as the coach of Leopards at the end of December, is still in search of his first win with Lidoda Duvha after four matches.
The team has lost three matches and drawn one under the former AmaZulu coach, and indications are that the club has become increasingly concerned with the poor run of form, with the management expecting a turnaround in upcoming matches, starting with the fixture against Cape Town City.
Johnson and his charges take on the Mother City outfit at the Cape Town Stadium tonight. Leopards are 14th on the log with only four wins from 18 matches.