Highlanders have allayed fears that head coach, Kelvin Kaindu might be fired with the club’s CEO, Ndumiso Gumede confirming that the Zambian mentor will stay.
The Bosso boss moved in to calm nerves after weeks of turmoil culminated in a morale sapping 1-3 loss to debutants, ZPC Kariba.
The loss led to skirmishes at Hartfield Stadium with supporters violently expressing their displeasure over the team’s poor results.
With striker Njabulo Ncube having been suspended while the duo of Charles Sibanda and Joel Ngodzo were given final warnings, the Bosso camp is no doubt on fire.However, Gumede is still wearing a brave face and insists the club is stable and will not make any hasty decisions on Kaindu as Highlanders is actually happy with the Zambian’s job.
Trailing pace-setters, Dynamos by seven points with five games to go, one would think it is all over for Bosso but Gumede is adamant there is everything to play for in the league.While Highlanders had a chance to dislodge ZPC Kariba from second position, they went down 3-1 and by the end of the day they were left occupying 4th position on the log and trailing the league debutants by five points.
Bosso’s next assignment is against third placed Caps United.