Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer has reacted to the planned march by supporters who are not happy with how things are going at the club at the moment.
A poster of a plan protest, scheduled for June 5, has been doing the rounds of various social media platforms, as well the trending #JZOut hashtag.
Kaizer Chiefs supporters recently organized a march to Naturena to voice their displeasure to the club and handover a memorandum of concerns, and Pirates supporters are now following in the footsteps of their rivals.
Zinnbauer had his say on the matter.
“It’s not in Africa only. It’s the whole world. You look at England, you look at Germany, you look at the whole world. You lost games, then the supporters are upset. We win the next few games and we get a good place (on the Premiership standings),” he told media during the launch of the Carling Black Label Cup on Tuesday.
Asked if he pays attention to what the fans say about him and the club's results, Zinnbauer explained that there are two sides to it.
“You have some supporters who are upset after games we lost, which is totally normal. I can understand. But you have on the other side supporters who give you positives. Don’t forget we won a title this season. We were in the quarterfinals (of the CAF Confederation Cup). Yes, you can find all the negative points, but we see the other side.”