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Dynamos interested in Akbay

13/04/2017 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Highlanders’ coach Elroy Akbay
 
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AFTER only getting one point from two opening games under Lloyd Mutasa, it has emerged that Harare giants Dynamos, are after Bulawayo giants Highlanders’ coach Elroy Akbay.

News is that the Glamour Boys have been watching the situation at Bosso and they want the Dutch born coach at the helm this season.

A source close to the issue confirmed that Dynamos officials, have been speaking to the coach’s representatives with a possibility of ruing him to the capital city.

“What I can say is that its still in the early stages but, they have shown interest in the coach who also wants out of Highlanders, because they have failed to meet many of the promises and agreements they made, between the club and the coach.

“But lets wait and see because Dynamos have said they want the league this season and at the moment that doesn’t look possible, Akbay would be the solution to the whole coaching job at Dynamos,” the source said.






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