KELVIN Kaindu will continue as Highlanders coach amid conflicting reports about his future at the club.
The gaffer had been reported to have tendered his resignation on Monday evening during his weekly meetings with the club executive.
But he was locked in a meeting with club chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede at midday Tuesday and the following day he told SuperSport.com that he was still at the helm of the Bulawayo giants.
He however missed Tuesday’s training session.
“I am still in Zimbabwe. I know people think that I am in Zambia following rumours that I had resigned,” Kaindu said.
“Things like that are anticipated in football. We just have to make the players focus on their game.
“Yes supporters registered their displeasure violently and you have to understand their anger because the team is not doing well.
“It is the mental ability that needs to be applied now in the remaining games of the season.”
What almost put to an end his three-season reign at the club was last Sunday’s 3-1 league defeat by ZPC Kariba at home which saw Highlanders further sliding down the long standings.
Had he stepped down, he would have been the eighth PSL coach not to last this season’s campaign.