Mighty Wanderers have appointed its former defender Charles Manda as its new caretaker coach following the resignation of Stuart Mbolembole on Saturday.
The blues have also dissolved the whole technical panel which included Albert Mpinganjira as assistant coach, goalkeepers trainer Vales Kamzere and team manager Chiyembekezo Zidana.
Zidana has been reallocated to the executive as treasurer.
Wanderers has roped in its former coach Kannock ‘Bruno’ Munde as the new team manager with Thom Milanzie as his deputy.
Manda said he could only confirm after being told formally.
“Hopefully I can go in there and get some results, which I’m very optimistic we can do,” said Manda.
But Nyasa Times understands that Manda will be warming up the seat for Gerald Phiri who has been tipped to take over as Head Coach when he returns from Botswana.
Wanderers chairman George Chamangwana said “we will confirm all details soon.”
Wanderers top the list of Super League’s eight established teams that have since 2000 fired 18 coaches.
The Lali Lubani Road club has been averaging a coach per season. Mbolembole replaced Felix Fosiko who in 2012 stepped in for Frank ‘Franco’ Ndawa who took over from Yasin Osman.