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Football | Zimbabwe

CAPS linked with Mutasa



Former Dynamos coach and the Warriors assistant coach Lloyd Mutasa could soon be coaching the Green Machine as assistant to Mkuphali Masuku.

CAPS United are talking to the former Green Mamba coach about joining them for the upcoming season.

Though he is the national team assistant coach, he can still coach another club and CAPS United want to make good use of him.

Asked for comment, CAPS Director Twine Phiri didn’t want to go into details concerning the coach as he said that they don’t discuss who they are going to employ with other people.

Phiri told the SuperSport that what they want to do is have a strong technical team. Current former player Brenna Msiska is assistant to Masuku.

“Who told you that? Well I wouldn’t like to talk about it. If it happens you will see it. But for now let’s not talk about who we want to employ or what is going on with the technical team until we finalise everything that we are doing,” Phiri, who is also the PSL Chairman, said.

Contacted for comment, Mutasa, who returned from Swaziland to take over the assistant job at the national team after being recommended by new coach Klaus Dieter Pagels, said that he is honoured that a team like CAPS would think of him to assist in the technical team.

“It is an honour. CAPS is a big team and I would be very happy to work with them. They have a very rich history and we would all love to be associated with them,” Mutasa said.



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