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ZIFA: Mutasa free to secure PSL job
28/12/2012 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
Leeway ... Lloyd Mutasa
 
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NEWLY-appointed Warriors assistant coach Lloyd Mutasa is free to hold a coaching job in the Premier Soccer League (PSL), ZIFA vice president Ndumiso Gumede said Friday.

“Mutasa is free to coach any other club; there is a provision for that,” Gumende said.

“Only the head coach Klaus Dieter Pagels has a contract that binds him to coach only the Warriors. As for the assistants they just have letters of appointment and are free to coach any other club.”

The former Kiglon coach was appointed assistant Warriors mentor following recommendations by Pagels who said he was an admirer of the 42-year-old.

Pagels said he had been impressed by Mutasa’s slick passing game when he was still coach of Kiglon before he joined Dynamos at the start of the 2011 season.

He was pushed out of Dynamos in the middle of the season before joining Swaziland outfit Green Mamba from which he resigned last month before being appointed assistant coach of the Warriors.

Mutasa has expressed confidence of rebuilding a strong team that can breathe life into the fading 2014 World Cup and the 2015 African Cup of Nations campaigns.

Zimbabwe has just a single point from their first two matches in Group G against Mozambique and Guinea. They next play Egypt away in March next year.



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