The Team of Choice have made a slow start to the season, picking up just two points from their opening five matches.
But while this is a natural concern, club management also believe that a knee-jerk reaction is not the answer.
“I have spoken to head coach Eric Tinkler myself and told him he has the full support of the club,” Kadodia stated.
“We all know how he galvanised the team towards the end of last season - how he helped us win the play-offs to escape relegation - and we have complete faith that he is the right man for the job.
“It can be unsettling for the players and for the coach when rumours start circulating in the media, and we would therefore like to reiterate our trust in Eric Tinkler.
“We feel as a football club that stability is a key component and that decisions cannot be taken with emotions running high on the back of a few unfavourable results.
“It’s still early in the season and although we realise the importance of getting points on the board, we are confident that results will start to fall into place in the coming weeks and that we will move to a more comfortable position on the table.”
Next up for United are two home matches at the Harry Stadium – Chippa United on 27 September, and Baroka FC on 2 October.