Fungai Muderere in BULAWAYO

FORMER Mighty Warriors coach, Shadreck Mlauzi, is serving his internship at Highlanders’ developmental side, Bosso 90. 

Mlauzi is currently pursuing a CAF badge in Tanzania. 

“I will be working with Bosso90 on an attachment that is set to end sometime in September. It has been quite a good eye-opener for me. 

“I was welcomed well at Highlanders and I’m very grateful to Bosso90 head coach, Melusi Mabaleka Sibanda,” said Mlauzi. 

With two rounds of play in the ZIFA Southern Region Division One League, Bosso90 are in 11th place.

“I believe we have so far had a good run. Yes, it’s early days yet and there is still room for improvement from our side. 

“The boys will certainly get better as the season progresses. 

“The boys are willing to learn, which is very encouraging,” said Mlauzi. 

In recent years, Mlauzi has penned a Physical Education and Sports book, titled ‘Anima Sana In Corpore Sano’, which went on to find its way into classes after being approved for use by Ordinary Level pupils. 

The book includes chapters on nutrition, diet and physical activity, substance and anti-doping, fitness, human body and muscular system. 

The former Inline Academy coach was in charge of the Mighty Warriors when the team made history by qualifying for Olympic Games in 2016 in Brazil. 

Earlier this year, Mlauzi was cleared by the courts of sexual assault charges that were levelled against him. 

Bosso90 coach, Sibanda, said Mlauzi has added value to the technical side.

“He is a gifted coach and I’m actually learning a lot from him. We have given him a free role and, as an institution, I think we are going to benefit more from him,” said Sibanda.

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