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Highlanders to decide on coaches



Highlanders did very well last season despite not being able to secure silverware at the end of their campaign.

The team finished second in the Castle Lager League title race against Harare side Dynamos, who won on goal difference.

Despite the good run in the league which saw them lose just once, they won nothing and the management will decide on the future of the coaches during a stakeholders meeting to be held after the Christmas break.

The coaches include Zambian born head coach Kelvin Kaindu and his assistants Tshuma Tembo and Bhekithemba Ndlovu.

Highlanders chairman Peter Dube tells Supersport.com that it is the committee which will decide the future of the coaches. He said that the coaches did well but they will be looking at the whole structure of the technical team.

“It will be the management committee and the board that will decide on the future of the coaches. We are not just looking at the first team but also the juniors. We will discuss that in the management meeting and that’s when I can tell you the future of the coaches,” Dube said.

All the three coaches are on a one-year contract which ends on December 31, 2012.



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