22 January 2018
   
Kasukuwere begs ED for forgiveness: official
Chinamasa to divert wages to devolution
Dump Mugabe regalia, Zanu PF official
Mugabe exploited my illiteracy: Mujuru
Engineers group to expose fake degrees
Grandpa, 83, says minor pestered him for sex
Poet poses as Zimra officer, blows $35k
Chocked as 2kg's of cocaine tested in court
MORE NEWS
Gemmology center in Mutare soon
NRZ loss as gold miners damage rail line
MORE BUSINESS
Unpaid Mr ugly reports sponsors to ZRP
Zim author releases new book in USA
MORE SHOWBIZ
Anger as Dembare approach City player
Cricket: ICC clears Zimbabwe's Vitori
MORE SPORTS
Mnangagwa’s ‘New’ Zim merits support
Zhuwao: kleptocracy and EDiots in Davos
MORE OPINION
 
Mnangagwa off to Davos empty handed
Economy: the need for a paradigm shift
MORE COLUMNISTS
 
 
Gumede turns down Bosso CEO job
06/05/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
 
RELATED STORIES
Unbeaten ZPC Kariba face Highlanders
Mawiwi on the brink at Harare City
No plans to sack Pasuwa: Dynamos
CAPS pee shame: Zvirekwi summoned
DeMbare's Mutuma refused clearance
My best yet to come, Kutsanzira tells Bosso
Buffaloes worsen Dynamos problems
Highlanders bury CAPS as DeMbare fall again

FORMER Zifa vice president Ndumiso Gumede said he is not interested for a job at Highlanders as chief executive officer.

Gumede’s name was one of the few names that were thrown around for the newly-created post at the Bulawayo giants.

Other names that have emerged are the club’s former secretary Nhlanhla Dube and Zifa education officer Brian Moyo.

But Gumede, a veteran football administrator said his time was up in full time football administration.

“No one has approached me to be chief executive officer. I was surprised to read it in the newspapers that I was likely to take up that job,” Gumede said.

He however said he can only be available on an advisory role.

“Maybe I can only do that in an advisory capacity because I think I have served enough in football. It is my time to rest.”

Gumede has also been reported to be lined up for a top post with the Sports and Recreation Commission or in the Ministry of Sport.



Advertisement


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

Digg it

Del.icio.us

Reddit

Newsvine

Nowpublic

Stumbleupon

Face Book

Myspace

Fark

 
 
 
comments powered by Disqus
 
RSS NewsTicker