Malawian coach Meke Mwase has confirmed parting ways with Swaziland top league side Mbabane Highlanders over contractual disagreements.
Mwase confirmed the development in an exclusive interview with Nyasa Times.
“Yes I can confirm that we have parted ways due to payments and unsigned contract” said Mwase.
According to Nyasa Times investigations, the two parties never signed a new contract after the expiry of his previous contract but the coach was working based on a memorandum of understanding agree at the beginning of the new season.
Mwase dumped the Swazi side after only four league games and two cup games as in-charge in the new season.
According to Mwase out of the four league games, he only managed a single win, two draws and one loss. He was also twice knocked out in the semifinals of two different cups.
The former Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, Nyasa Big Bullets and Jomo Cosmos international defender said he is ready to work with any team if approached both on the local and international scene.
“I am just waiting for something to come up,” he said.
Mwase who joined Highlanders early 2015 with another Malawian coach Charles Manda as his assistant almost guided the team to league glory last season but only managed to finish as runners up.
The team which has most national titles in Swaziland last won the league title in 2001.
Personally, Mwase won an award of the best coach in the 2016 first round soccer season and received a prize money amounting to R3,000.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :