Former Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa who has been on a sabbatical since the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals held in Gabon has said that he is coming back soon. However, Pasuwa has said that he will not be taking the Dynamos job out of respect to Lloyd Mutasa. In an interview with the Standard, Pasuwa said
When I came back from Afcon I had too much pressure and my family also needed me home. I wanted some time with my family and to refresh for a comeback in a renewed mood and start all over again. Expect anything very soon. I will come back to football…Remember last time when I returned to top-flight football at Dynamos, it was Lloyd Mutasa who was coaching Dynamos. It must not be a coincidence that every time when Mutasa fails, then Pasuwa comes in. It doesn’t appear nice to him; Mutasa is my brother. We wanted to support him. It was not a case of him failing to deliver, but he wanted everybody’s support including the executive to push him up. So if maybe any team comes I can join them, but as of now I don’t think going back to Dynamos would be fair enough. Expect me in two or three months’ time maybe I will be back then.
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