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20/12/2013 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
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HIGHLANDERS coach Kelvin Kaindu has been offered a new two year deal with the Mbada Diamonds Cup winners while his two assistants Tembo Chuma and Bekithemba Ndlovu have been shown the exit door.

Instead, the club’s legendary goalkeeper Peter “Captain Oxo" Nkomo as the goalkeepers’ coach while Mark Mathe has replaced Ndlovu, both on one year deals.

Welfare manager Willard Mashinkila-Khumalo has retained his post while the club has also brought in Vezigama Dlodlo as a kit manager.

Club chairman Peter Dube confirmed the changes.

“Kaindu has retained his position as head coach on a two-year contract,” he said.

“He will be assisted by Mark Mathe who has been our developmental coach as well as Peter Nkomo who comes in as a goalkeepers coach. The contracts of Bekithemba Ndlovu and (Tembo) Chuma have not been extended.

“We are guided by many aspects because an organisation has a system of reviewing people and appraisals on their performances. They have not performed badly but we are looking at the interests of the club and how best we can tap the human resources available in our football fraternity.

“Kaindu wanted to know who he will be working with. In our appointments, we considered the future of the club and what will take the club forward. We are not trying to be vindictive and we do not make personal decisions but what is of the interest to the club.”

FC Platinum had been waiting on the wings to snare Kaindu in case he does not get a new deal at Bosso, but now might have to renew their contract with Lloyd Mutasa who took them to fourth place last season after taking over in July.


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