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No pressure, insists Masomere
29/08/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
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NEWLY appointed How Mine coach Luke Masomere is not putting himself under pressure in his job ahead of his first game against Dynamos on Saturday.

Masomere will front the How Mine dugout for the first time at Mandava Stadium when they meet Dynamos in the NetOne One Wallet Cup semifinals.

The nomadic coach began work at How Mine on Wednesday.

“I am looking forward to the game against Dynamos. I once coached them but that was a long time ago. There will be no favours for them,” he said.

He said he has started preparing for next season with How Mine.

“For now there should not be huge expectations because I am building a team for next season but we want to finish this term on a good position. I am not rushing things but just hope for a successful time here,” Masomere said.

How Mine are Masomere’s 10th premiership club in the past 10 years.

He returns to work in Bulawayo after 10 years since quitting AmaZulu whom he won the league title with in 2003.






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