Bosso coach Kelvin Kaindu off to UK

Bulawayo – Highlanders assistant coach Mark Mathe will be in charge of the team when they host to Shabanie Mine in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at Barbourfields on Sunday.

Club chairman Peter Dube confirmed that Kelvin Kaindu will leave for the UK on Friday via Zambia.

HIGHLANDERS FC coach Kelvin Kaindu
Dube said this would be the coach’s penultimate visit as he is set to graduate in May.

Kaindu has been attending a UEFA B coaching badge licence course in the UK since last year.

“Kaindu will be leaving for his studies on Friday. After this trip he will have one final one which will be graduation.

“He is expected to present a paper on Tuesday and if all goes well he should be flying back to Africa on Wednesday.

“We expect that he will be in Bulawayo by Friday next week on time for our next game,” said Dube.

In his absence Mathe and Peter Nkomo will be in charge.

Kaindu was away last week and only joined the team last Friday ahead of the Saturday match against Chapungu.

Highlanders drew 0-0 and will be hoping for a win over Shabanie who impressed as they thrashed Triangle 3-1 in their first game on Sunday.

Mathe was in charge when Bosso beat FC Platinum 1-0 in a friendly match in February and followed that with a Bob 90 Super Cup semi-final win over Harare City. The Chronicle

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