PSL hopeful that Ndebele will stay on
Kennedy Ndebele has been the acting Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League (PSL) CEO, but as his contract comes to an end on December 31, his future has to be decided by the PSL Executive board.
In the past, the Bulawayo-based administrator had to travel to Harare three days a week for his duties but if he gets the job full-time, then he has to move to the capital city.
Though many people are not really sure of who would take over from Ndebele, the PSL are convinced he is the right man for the job.
PSL chairman Twine Phiri said that they are happy with the way Ndebele has been working so far. He told supersport.com that they will be sitting down to see who will take the job full time.
“I think Kenny (Ndebele) has done a great job and it would be great if he continues his good work because we want continuity in the organisation,” he said.
“He has proved that he is a good administrator and the sponsors are happy with him so why change? We will make the decision in two weeks’ time on who takes the PSL CEO job full time,” the CAPS United director said.