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League CEO offered new deal



Kennedy Ndebele is set to be offered the role of Castle Lager Premier Soccer League chief executive officer on a full-time basis, according to the league’s chairman Twine Phiri.

Ndebele was leading the organisation in that role in a part-time capacity before his contract expired on December 31, 2012.

In his time with the body, the Bulawayo-based administrator has impressed the likes of Phiri, who is eager to retain Ndebele’s services. Phiri told Supersport.com that the board are finalising the terms of a new contract for Ndebele.

He is confident Ndebele’s familiarity with the position will bode well ahead of the new season, which kicks off in March.

“We have decided as a board that Kenny is the right person for the position,” Phiri said.

“We know he was working on part-time basis and now we want to try and give him the job on full-time basis. He has done a very good job for the PSL and continuation is good for the organisation going forward. We are starting the next season in March and he already knows the environment to work well with teams and sponsors,” concluded Phiri.



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