HIGHLANDERS chairman Johnfat Sibanda has called for calm.
Bosso’s Premiership campaign has been dented by a series of poor performances, which have seen the team losing grip on its hold at the apex of the log.
They are now in second position, six points off the pace, despite leading the race for most of the campaign.
Bosso player Lynoth Chikuhwa was booed as he came in as a substitute, signaling that supporters are not pleased with Brito’s decisions.
In previous matches fans have whistled to show they want Chikuhwa out of the starting line-up.
From their last six league matches, Bosso have suffered three defeats with one game against Dynamos, being called off while they were two goals down.
“Now is the time for the followers to show they love the team,” said Sibanda.
“We are going through a difficult time but we can still rise.
“Our message to the fans is they should rally behind the team at this moment. We still have a number of games to go, we can still get results and finish in a respectable position.”
Sibanda also spoke about an incident in the 62nd minute of their 1-1 draw against Sheasham on Wednesday when Brito’s decision to introduce Chikuhwa triggered boos.
“This a time to get behind Chikuhwa. He is not scoring but needs everyone’s support to get back to his scoring form,” said Sibanda.