21 January 2018
How ED pulled wool over Mugabe’s eyes
UN: 5 dead in DRC anti-Kabila demo
US wants Africa to shun North Korea
'Zimbabweans mentally ill after Bob horror'
Chamisa, Speaker row over G40 MP purges
ZRP reverses decision to fire top cops
Bennett: Clues sought in chopper crash
EU, UN should observe elections: Pres
Buyanga responds to investment call
ZTA targets domestic tourism
Delight as ZBC 'Iron Lady' suspended
Sulu arrested over $4,000 child support
Cricket: ICC clears Zimbabwe's Vitori
Zidane fuels Neymar to Real talk
Zhuwao: kleptocracy and EDiots in Davos
Elections: Not a moment to be lost
Mnangagwa off to Davos empty handed
Economy: the need for a paradigm shift
Mangwiro staying put at CAPS United
08/01/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
Harare City reinforce for new season
FC Platinum target Songani, Chipeta
CAF bars DeMbare’s foreign signings
Msiska sidelined in CAPS reshuffle
Dynamos get Bob 90 Super Cup bye
DeMbare unable to pay staff, close offices
DeMbare aware of CHAN player loss risk
Hippo Valley’s Chunga still defiant
Another blow for Bosso as Ncube quits
Bosso start pre-season training
Dynamos pin hopes on new-boy Rusike
FC Platinum sign Musona, target Chafa
Masomere joins Mutare based Buffaloes
Highlanders target Tripple B striker
How Mine re-build for Africa campaign
Rusike agrees to join Dynamos

CAPS United coach Taurai Mangwiro says he is staying put at the Harare giants as he has a three year deal to steer side back to glory.

Media reports had recently suggested Mangwiro would walk away from Caps United because of the hostile operating environment he faced with his players last term.

Players at times went for months without salaries and allowances and it had been suggested Mangwiro was not happy with that and was seriously considering leaving the Green Machine.

The coach had also been linked with a move to Triangle but he said he was still committed to the Harare giants.

He said he had since recommended the recruitment of an assistant coach to the club’s board of directors following the departure of Saul Chaminuka to Premiership new boys ZPC Kariba.

“I have a three year mandate at Caps United,” he said.

“I have already submitted my recommendations for my assistant to the board for approval. I need a good coach to assist me. I am not that kind of coach who feels threatened by working with a good coach because all I want is when I am not there, the void should not be felt.

“I am now waiting to hear a feedback from the board on my recommendations. There are going to be changes in the technical team as well as in the junior development.”

Caps United did well last term, finishing in fifth position under Mangwiro and his assistants Chaminuka and goalkeepers coach Brenna Msiska.

United are still to appoint a team that oversees the day-to-day running of the club following the dissolution of the Joe Makuvire led executive.

The Harare giants have however, appointed a six-member board comprising lawyer Lewis Uriri, Alex Munyaka, Nhamo Tutisani, medical doctor Mordecai Sachikonye, Khumbulani Mhlope and Munyaradzi Mazhande.


Email this to a friend Printable Version Discuss This Story
Share this article:

Digg it






Face Book



comments powered by Disqus
RSS NewsTicker