Pasuwa To Leave Warriors For Greener Pastures?

Pasuwa To Leave Warriors For Greener Pastures?
Published: 2016 June 09 04:56:05 (1473 Views)

WARRIORS coach Kalisto Pasuwa is likely to part ways with the national team amid reports suggesting that Tanzanian football club, Simba SC have made a daring offer to prise away to the East African country.


Media reports from Tanzania suggest that negotiations between the parties have taken place and Pasuwa, who travelled to Namibia for the Cosafa tournament yesterday, is seriously considering the offer.


The reports say Simba officials were in the country at the weekend, where they watched Pasuwa guiding the Warriors to the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualification following a 3-0 drubbing of Malawi at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.


The team, led by the club chairman, Zacharia Hans Poppe and executive members, Said Tully and Collins Frisch, held negotiations with Pasuwa later on Sunday night, where an offer was tabled, it is also claimed.


Other reports also suggest that former Warriors midfielder, Justice Majabvi, who plays for the Tanzanian side, has been key to the negotiations and has been tasked to sweet-talk the former Dynamos coach.

Poppe confirmed the meeting with Pasuwa to the Tanzanian Press.


“Pasuwa is interested, but he said there are a few things he needs to sort out with Zimbabwe,” Poppe was quoted as saying.


“Negotiations are still ongoing. He liked our offer and the environment we will provide which he agrees with. But all will be clear after he sorts his issues with the Zimbabwe football federation,” he said.


Asked about the reports yesterday, Pasuwa said: 


“I have heard that there were people who came here from Tanzania, but we haven’t discussed it with my manager. There are Zimbabwean players based in Tanzania, who told me about it. I will have to talk to my manager when I come back from Namibia.”


Poppe is also quoted saying his club is negotiating with Highlanders striker, Knox Mutizwa for a move to Tanzania who is expected to join South African Premiership side Wits next month, but Poppe is convinced they can persuade the striker to change his mind.


Information gathered shows that Pasuwa leads Simba’s wishlist, which also includes two Serbians, Milovan Cirkovic and Goran Kopunovic.



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