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Dynamos coach linked with Triangle return
12/01/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
Off to Triangle ... Biggie Zuze

DYNAMOS new assistant coach Biggie Zuze missed the club's first pre-season training session on Monday with reports linking him with a return to Triangle where he has been promised a better offer.

Zuze signed a contract with champions Dynamos as one of the assistant coaches to David Mandigora.

Tonderai Ndiraya is one of the assistant coaches with Gift Muzadzi coming in as goalkeeper's coach.

However, Zuze who Dynamos claim has signed a contract with them as one of their assistant coaches was conspicuous by his absence at the National Sports Stadium B Arena on Monday as the champions started their pre-season preparations under the watchful eye of Mandigora.

Zuze declined to comment on his absence from training but Webster Chikengezha, the club secretary, said they had a contract with him.

“He signed a contract with Dynamos and was supposed to be at training with the other coaches," said Chikengezha.

Zuze is believed to have been earmarked for a lucrative assistant coaching position at Triangle with Kelvin Kaindu heading that department.

Former ZPC Kariba goalkeeper’s coach Tembo Chuma is also reported to be joining the side.

Zuze’s contract at Triangle had expired on December 31 before he decided to cross the floor to Dynamos.

But Dynamos’ sponsors BancABC have cut the sponsorship by 40% which could have forced Zuze to head back to his former club.

Dynamos also swooped on former Harare City striker Misheck Mburayi as they continue to beef up their squad.

Zuze joined Triangle at the start of last season as a replacement for Gishon Ntini who was booted out by the club leadership.

He did not disappoint as he lifted the One Wallet Cup, after beating Dynamos in the final.

But he had been challenged to save the team from relegation with the club eventually roping in Kelvin Kaindu who helped the team survive the chop.


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