Baroka FC head coach Wedson Nyirenda has given a public warning to his players that do not deliver what is expected.

Addressing performance expectations, the Zambian tactician made an example with foreign players.

"I cannot be a player from Zambia to come and play in South Africa and then I’m behaving like a local player‚" Nyirenda told Times Live.

“The club would rather than have an MDC player in the team than having me‚ spending money on work permits and other things. It’s just not on.

The former Kaizer Chiefs striker further confirmed his unhappiness with Bagkaga’s current squad and that some players are facing an exit.

“We need to change some of the players. Football is result-orientated and for the players, it is performance orientated.

"If the club buys you and you are not up to what they expected‚ you must expect to exit.

"I insist on being strict about professionalism‚” Nyirenda concluded.

The Limpopo side's next game is next week, 22 January against Orlando Pirates in Joannesburg. 

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