Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
FORMER Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has bounced back to top-flight football after being appointed assistant to Rahman Gumbo at TelOne.
Mutasa, who was fired at Dynamos last season after a poor run, will try to help the PSL debutants survive the chop.
Club president Lloyd Mutetwa confirmed the inclusion of Mutasa through a press release yesterday.
Tembo Tshuma was appointed as goalkeeper’s coach.
“TelOne football club is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Lloyd Mutasa and Mr Tembo Tshuma as first assistant coach and goalkeeper’s coach with immediate effect.
“Mutasa joins TelOne with a wealth of experience after having coached several teams in the PSL among them Kiglon, FC Platinum and Dynamos.
“He was recently with the National team as an assistant coach. Mutasa holds CAF A license among other coaching qualifications,” said Mutetwa.
Chuma dumped Highlanders for TelOne.
“Mr Tembo Chuma joins TelOne from Highlanders where he was the Goalkeepers coach. Tshuma has worked with a number of clubs as goalkeeper’s coach among them ZPC Kariba, Triangle and How mine.
“He has managed to produce top class goalkeepers over the years.
“He is a CAF goalkeeper’s instructor and also holds CAF B coaching license. He is currently the national team goalkeeper.
“TelOne would like to congratulate Mutasa and Tshuma on their appointment and wish them the best,” reads the press statement.