Ethiopia coach Sewnet Bishaw is contemplating resigning from his position after a poor African Nations Championship outing.
The Walia Antelopes will catch the first flight out to Addis Ababa after their final match following two back-to-back defeats.
If the 2-0 loss to Libya was shocking then the 1-0 defeat to Congo last Friday was downright appalling.
They have picked up no points during their stay in South Africa and their participation now is limited to a “spoiler” role — playing to ruin Ghana’s chances of qualification for the next round.
“I don’t know if I will resign yet. I will decide when I go back to Ethiopia,” Bishaw said.
The Ethiopians will hope to at least exit the competition on a positive note as they eye victory over the Black Stars on Tuesday.