Silver Strikers’ in-house investigation has found suspended coach Dan Kabwe with a case to answer.
According to sources, Kabwe will appear before a disciplinary hearing on July 24.
Silver Company Secretary Peter Masiye could neither confirm nor deny the reports but he referred us to the team’s Chief Executive Officer Thokozani Chimbali for more details.
Chimbali was also tight lipped on the findings but said the special committee, which was set to investigate the team’s poor run of form under Kabwe, had concluded its work.
“It is true Kabwe has been summoned to appear before the board on a number of issues following findings related to his suspension.
“I do not have a lot of details on the report as I was not part of the team that investigated the matter. It is the board which is handling it. I am not better placed to shed more light beyond this,” he said.
Kabwe was not available for comment Friday.
Sources indicated that Kabwe is attending a coaching course in Tanzania and is expected back in the country next week.
Meanwhile, Silver have since promoted the team’s reserve side coach Leo Mpulula to take charge of senior team ahead of assistant coach Macdonald Yobe.
According to new rules from Fam, only coaches with a minimum of Caf B coaching licence are supposed to be at the bench during top flight games.
Mpulula is a holder of Caf A licence.
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