You are currently viewing Nkwazi coaching job attracts Ghanaian

Nkwazi coaching job attracts Ghanaian

A GHANAIAN coach Ernest Koffi has pushed in his application for the top job at Super Division Nkwazi.
Nkwazi secretary Adrian Kashala, who released the names in Lusaka yesterday, said interviews will be conducted today.
Koffi is currently based in Zambia.
Kashala named the other coaches as Dean Mwiinde, Erick Kapela, Fewdays Musonda, Elijah Chikwanda and Alfred Mulao.
He said ‘High Flying’ Nkwazi will settle for a coach with a good track record to prevent the team from getting demoted.
The coaching job at Nkwazi fell vacant after the executive allegedly opposed the hiring of Francis Majaka, who guided the Zambia Police side back to the Super Division.
This prompted the executive to offer a performance-based contract to Mulao, which was however, turned down by the police command.
“Nkwazi is a big team that should be competing for the league title and not fighting relegation. This year, we want the team to be competitive and that is why we need a coach with a good track record,” Kashala said.
Nkwazi, Lusaka Dynamos, Forest Rangers and Mufulira Wanderers are teams that won promotion to the Super Division last year.