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Top coaches tipped to replace Pasuwa
30/11/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
Leaving ... Dynamos Coach Kalisto Pasuwa
 
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 DYNAMOS Chair, Keni Mubaiwa, says they are targeting coaches whose teams managed to finish in the top four including ZPC Kariba coach Saul Chaminuka as possible replacements for Kalisto Pasuwa.

Pasuwa, who won the 2014 PSL championship for a record fourth successive season with Dynamos, announced recently that he will leave the champions when his current contract expires at the end of this month.

And the Dynamos hierarchy immediately moved to look for a replacement and is this week expected to advertise the post.

Chaminuka finished second to Dynamos with Caps United coach Taurai Mangwiro finishing in third place while Norman Mapeza led FC Platinum to a fourth place.

Mubaiwa, however, says if Kaindu, who saved Triangle from relegation, applies for the job they would want to consider him.

"We are considering coaches of teams who finished in the top four. We also want to consider Kelvin Kaindu if he applies. I don't think there is any other local coach who can handle Dynamos. This time we are serious and we need one of those,” Mubaiwa said.

He added: “We are going to advertise the vacant post in local and other regional papers. The reason being that we would want the message to go as far as possible, including beyond our borders. We would want to cast our net wide. We look forward to engaging even a foreign coach if funds permit as long as he is going to be up to the task.”

 


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