FOREST Rangers coach Perry Mutapa has been given a one-match ultimatum to save his job.

Luckily for Mutapa, the game is against bottom placed New Monze Swallows whom Forest face on Friday.

“At its meeting held on Monday 16th July, 2018, the executive committee decided to give their coaching bench the match against New Monze Swallows on Friday as the ultimatum in which they should prove whether or not they deserve to continue working with the team,” said

club chairperson Benhail Mukuka in a statement released by club media officer Christina Zulu.

Forest, who have gone five games without a win, lie in 12th on the MTN-FAZ Super League 29 points after 24 matches and won eight drew five and lost11 scoring 20 goals against 25 conceded.

“We have an immense task ahead of us to get out of our current position and we trust the ultimatum will act as a booster to the party and do their best. I wish the players and the technical bench all the best during the game,” Mukuka said.