Lloyd Chitembwe Returns At Caps United

Caps United FC coach, Lloyd Chitembwe, returned to the club on Monday after weeks of absence.

His last match in charge was the 3-1 loss to Herentials (at the beginning of June), and there were rumours of a falling out with the club’s vice president.

Speaking at a press conference in Harare on Monday, club president Farai Jere, said:

The coach was not feeling well, because of a serious flu bug. People can be away from work for a long time (because of flu) and with football, you don’t want to mix with your players when you have flue because you can infect the entire squad.

This guy (Chitembwe) is a seasoned coach and he knows about those things, but he is now okay and he is back at work and you will see him tomorrow (today) at training.

Makepekepe has picked one point from their last four matches and coincidentally, the same period that the reported fall-out came out.

chief executive officer Cuthbert Chitima and team doctor Nicholas Munyonga handed in their resignation letters during the same period.

More: NewsDay

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