Masters Security FC’s Executive Committee is reportedly talking to Burundian tactician, Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan, over the possibility of hiring him.
However, Masters General Secretary, Zachariah Nyirenda, has downplayed talk linking the team to Ramadhan.
The Burundian coaches Tanzania’s Mbeya City Council FC.
Nyirenda said Abasi Makawa was still their coach but club owner, Alfred Gangata, wants to strengthen the coaching panel by recruiting the former Nyasa Big Bullets’ mentor [Ramadhan].
He said they might hire Ramadhan after failing to secure the services of Lloyd Nkhwazi, who was hired temporarily to help prepare Masters for Caf Confederation Cup assignments.
He said Nkhwazi has returned to Dwangwa United.
“After playing our return match against Atletico Petroleos de Luanda on Tuesday, we gave our players a break and they will report for training next Tuesday. We hired Nkhwazi from Dwangwa to drill our players for the Caf assignment but it seems he is not ready to be with us permanently.
“On the technical side, I cannot comment much because our Chairperson [Gangata] just told me to draft an offer letter to Ramadhan, but I proposed that we should meet as an Executive Committee and agree on one thing. I will treat Ramadhan’s issue as mere speculation because Makawa remains our head coach,” Nyirenda said.
Ramadhan could not be reached to confirm if he is talking to Masters.
In reaction, Makawa said all he knows is that they would resume training on Tuesday.
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