Chapungu FC axe coach

Sports Reporter


GWERU – Ruvimbo Funeral Central Soccer League Airforce of Zimbabwe side Chapungu FC have
parted ways with head coach Clemence Zuze after an indifferent start to the season.
Chapungu promised fireworks before the commencement of the season but have reduced
themselves to mere bridesmaids.
The club’s spokesperson Kennedy Khombo confirmed the axing of head coach Zuze in a move aimed
at breathing life into their campaign for promotion into the Premier Soccer League.
“The head coach’s departure from the team’s technical set up is part of a restructuring exercise
aimed at reviving the club’s chances of winning the league and gain promotion to play in the
country’s top flight league,” he said.
Assistant coach Tawanda Marimo takes over on an interim basis until a substantive coach is
Waru Waru, as Chapungu is affectionately known, is currently fifth on the 14 team log table. The
army side has 16 points from 11 matches – a massive 10 points behind log leaders Telone.
They have won four times, drawn the same number of games and lost three matches. They also trail
fellow army side Tongogara, ZPC Munyati and neighbours Midlands State University.
Their current position is far from the target they had set for themselves at the beginning of the
season – which is to gain promotion into the Premier Soccer League.

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