New Zimbabwe.com

Fired by Green Fuel, Lloyd Mutasa joins MWOS

Spread This News

By Sports Reporter


FORMER Warriors assistant coach Lloyd Mutasa has made a swift return to local football after joining ambitious Northern Region Soccer League side MWOS on a three year contract.

Mutasa was unattached after being sacked by Premier Soccer League side Green Fuel last week after a poor start to the season.

The former Dynamos player was initially reassigned from Green Fuel head coach to a technical director after just one match.

However, this did not result in a change of fortunes for the club after his successor Bekithemba Ndlovu also failed to win a single match.

The Green Fuel leadership decided to fire both Mutasa and Ndlovu before appointing veteran coach Roswell Dhlakama last week.

Mutasa appears to have quickly moved forward, agreeing to join MWOS on Tuesday.

Wonder Ngoko who was the MWOS head coach is now the first assistant to Mutasa.

The former Dynamos and FC Platinum coach said he is excited to be joining an ambitious side like MWOS and is gunning for the title.

“I feel honoured to be recognized by a side like MWOS, it is a good project. I also have a good relationship with Wonder Ngoko, he is a long-time friend,” Mutasa said.

“Obviously I would want to enhance the performance of the players and like any other team, I would want the team to win honours. The team has a blend of experienced and young players.”

Mutasa’s first assignment at the helm will be against ZRP Harare at Ngoni stadium on Saturday.