Caps United coach, Lloyd Chitembwe said that he is happy to be back to resume his duties.
There was a lot of speculation over the past few weeks regarding Chitembwe’s position and future with the club, with some reports suggesting that there was a falling out between the gaffer and club management.
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However, speaking to the media alongside club president Farai Jere and club vice-president Tutisani Nhamo, Chitembwe said:
I’m feeling okay and it’s good to be back. I’m very disappointed with the speculation and with the manner, everything was handled.
I feel someone somewhere was not very responsible in terms of managing the whole matter.
I really feel for the two gentlemen (Jere and Nhamo), the amount of pressure they had to go through because of all this. It is very unfortunate.
I also feel for the players and for the supporters to be in a sense of confusion where there were not knowing what is really happening within the team.
It was very unfortunate because we simply failed to manage the matter. It’s sad.
But all the same, I am looking forward to this week and I can’t wait to be with the group.
Makepekepe clash against Yadah Stars FC next before the big Harare derby clash against Dynamos next week.
After that, they face a humongous task when they host Ngezi Platinum Stars and travel to FC Platinum in a tough run of fixtures for the 2016 league champions.
Farai Jere is a Zimbabwean-born businessman and majority shareholder of popular local football club CAPS United Football Club, who are the 2016 Castle Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League champions. CAPS United won the title on 26 November 2016, at Ascot Stadium in Gweru after defeating Chapungu... Read More About Farai Jere