Pasuwa considering his next move soon

Nyasa Big Bullets coach Callisto Pasuwa’s manager Gibson Mahachi has said they are yet to engage the Malawi football kings  on the prospects of extending the coach’s contract.

Pasuwa: Next move to be decided soon
Mahachi was quoted by The Herald newspaper  that the Zimbabwean coach needs some rest after a tough and gruelling season.
He was quoted in the newspaper that: “There is nothing that we have discussed with Bullets yet. We should be able to engage them in the coming days.
“The coach needs a bit of rest after a long season. He has done well in the last two seasons and I believe they are still interested to keep him. But I will work with what the coach wants.
“Generally, Bullets have been very good to him. The players, the executive [committee] and the supporters as well, were all behind his efforts, and what more can you ask for from a coach if he delivers two titles in a row?” he was quoted as saying.
Nyasa Big Bullets chief administration officer Albert Chigoga said in an interview that they are eager to extend Pasuwa’s contract.
“We were impressed by Pasuwa’s league title defence and the successful team-building project which saw a number of youngsters, such as Charles Petro, Nixon Nyasulu, Peter Banda, Chimwemwe Idana and Hassan Kajoke, excelling in their debut season.
“We did not set any targets for him [Pasuwa]. The priority was the team-building project which has been a huge success as the predominantly youthful squad performed beyond everyone’s expectation to win the league,” he said.
Meanwhile, according to The Herald, Pasuwa, has been regarded as a one of the candidates likely to take over the reins of the national football team following the expiry of his contract with the People’s on December 31.
“Get me right, no Zimbabwean coach can say no to the call to serve his country. Pasuwa feels the same. If the call comes today, he is ready, but for now there are certain outstanding things that need to be sorted out first.
“Pasuwa did his best with the national team under challenging conditions. He always puts his country first. Of course, just like anyone else, he wasn’t a perfect individual. But it’s public knowledge he wasn’t paid his monies in his last job,” Mahachi was quoted as having said.
He said they have written to Zifa several times, but got no response.

Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :

Sharing is caring!

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Follow us in Twitter
3 Comments
newest
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
11 months ago

Pasuwa go serve country first

Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
Benjamin Kabinda Sakala
11 months ago

Country first,go Pasuwa

Concerned citizen
11 months ago

Pasuwa is a real performer and knows how to deliver the goods.

It will be ashame to lose him.

shares
Read previous post:
Concerned residents threaten to close down ESCOM Karonga office over mix-up

A group of Karonga residents say they have been irked by “dubious” overtures by some Electricity Supply  and Cooperation of...

Close