Unreserved football coach Walter Rautmann has revealed that there are bad elements within the Zulu Royals team that he wishes to dispose of after the festive season.
This time it is not the Austrian-born coach who has a problem with the management but rather the players at the Durban club who he says are not committed.
"There are players here who are not willing to fight for this team," Rautmann lamented to SAsoccer365.com
"I spoke to management about it and after the break we will get rid of them and bring in new players".
"When your team is fighting to stay in the premiership you must show commitment at training and on the playing field."
Rautmann was disappointed in their recent 2-1 loss against Jomo Cosmos which he claims they should have scored more goals.
"Against Cosmos we should have scored more goals but no, some of them don't listen to instructions and we let in two silly goals and lost the game."
"It is frustrating, at Leopards I had players who would die for the club but here some are on holiday."
Mr Fitness as Rautmann is known, would not let out who these 'holiday makers' were and is committed to getting the players into a winning combination.
"After the transfer window opens all will be revealed, I can't say who they are as we (management) are looking into it."
"All I want to do now is win a few games so we can get our supporters back to the Stadium," the eager Rautmann said.
Royals will play Kaizer Chiefs in a Castle Premiership game on Wednesday evening at the Kings Park Stadium. Kick off is scheduled for 16:00pm.