In fact, the decision to fire Janza was made by the Zambian Football Association (FAZ) before a ball had even been kicked in the game.
The ousted coach says he learned the news just before kick-off through the media and is furious that the decision was taken and news leaked before he had even been contacted by FAZ.
"That question is taking me where I don't want to go because I may say something wrong, but I must say that I am not happy," said Janza.
"What is surrounding me is not good. To take such matters to the media or even more to an AGM before I am told, is wrong.
"It's a matter for management to talk but I don't know - I am not happy."
Janza was in charge during Chipolopolo's disappointing 2015 CAF Africa Cup of Nations campaign and FAZ confirmed they will be looking for a foreign coach to replace him.
According to the FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya the decision was taken after the executive committee had evaluated his performance.
"The FAZ executive committee sat and evaluated the performance of the technical bench and the decision was made to find a foreign coach who will fit the national team profile," Bwalya told the body's AGM.
"Janza still needs more training. We should not be blind that we put a local coach just for the sake of it."