One of the prolific coaches in the domestic football scene, Nicholous Mhango of Moyale will step down in his coaching role at the end of the due to health concerns.
Mhango told Nyasa Times that he has a throat problem which is affecting his speaking ability, therefore will not continue as a coach.
The coach who guided Moyale to winning Standard Bank cup in 2009 and in 2011 said he is set to seek medical treatment after the season and he will need to recuperate at home.
“I have thought a great deal about my decision to retire considering my health problem,” said Mhango.
Moyale players who spoke to Nyasa Times said Mhango has been “exceptional” tactician and his departure will affect the club.
Mhango is confident his successor will take over a club in good shape.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :