Highlanders’ Kaindu leaves for UK

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HIGHLANDERS coach Kelvin Kaindu left for Zambia on Sunday night en-route to the United Kingdom for a UEFA Level One coaching course.
The Zambian left after the 1-0 loss to Dynamos which left the club in third place with 47 points and for game of the season to play.
Club chairman Peter Dube said on Tuesday night: “Every coach works with their right hand-man but we have made an addition to the technical team with Dumaza Dube coming in. He will shuttle between the senior team and the juniors.”
Bekithemba Ndlovu and Tembo Chuma are the first team assistants to Kaindu.
The new coaches’ first assignment is against relegated Motor action in Harare this weekend before next week’s Mbada Diamonds Cup semi-final against Harare City in Zvishavane.Advertisement