By Mathews Mpete
Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic will convene an urgent meeting this week with club chairperson Irvin Khoza on his efforts to address the issue of ill-discipline at the club.
The Serbian-born coach said he was unhappy with his players and called them "irresponsible".
He now plans on getting Khoza to sort out the lack of discipline at the club.
Sredojevic wants the club to again look at the behaviour of the players.
This comes shortly after Benedict Vilakazi, Lebohang Mokoena, Jabu Mhlangu, Francis Chansa and Gift Leremi were charged with misconduct on August 13.
"I'm faced with the task of ensuring that discipline is maintained at the club. Maybe by calling in Khoza (nicknamed the Iron Duke), it could make a difference," said Sredojevic.
He has still to register a victory since joining Pirates in July after the club parted ways with Kosta Papic.
"All is not well at the club. The most important thing that needs to be addressed at Pirates is discipline. I will suggest to management that we need to sort this out before the ill-discipline of certain players gets out of hand and wrecks our plans for the season."