The axe could swing again in the Absa Premiership with another coach in danger of getting fired if results don't go his way soon.
KickOff.com has been reliably told that things are not loking good for Cavin Johnson at Black Leopards despite a good performance against Kaizer Chiefs last weekend.
According to our source, the coach might lose his job if the team fails to collect maximum points in their next few matches.
"Cavin Johnson is under pressure to deliver and things are not looking good," says the source.
Leopards official Berry Ramunenyiwa denied the club is already thinking of letting Johnson go.
"We don't know about those talks, we are still happy with the coach," he says.
"We are playing well, we just need that win to get out of that position and he knows his mandate."
If Johnson gets fired it will be the second time this season after he was fired at AmaZulu just five games into the season following a poor run that has seen Usuthu still struggling to recover.
Leopards invested heavily in big-name players during the off-season and had high hopes for the campaign but find themselves at the wrong end of the table, having already fired Lionel Soccoia and watched Luc Eymael leave for Young Africans in Tanzania.
Lidoda Duvha face Cape Town City in Cape Town tonight (20h00) in a must-win match, with both teams flirting with relegation.