Pasuwa has asked for a meeting with the Dynamos leadership to discuss his future following the expiry of the short term arrangement he had made with those running the team.
Pasuwa disclosed that he had been employed on a caretaker basis to handle De Mbare until the end of the season, the agreement of which has ended.
He revealed that the two parties had not been able to sit down to discuss his future as the two parties were more focused on winning the league championship and the Mbada Diamonds Cup but added that the management has agreed to meet him to chart the way forward.
He says coaching Dynamos is a demanding job adding that he needs at least a three year contract in order for him to build a strong team that can satisfy the team’s demanding fans.
Club chairman Kenny Mubaiwa confirmed that their agreement with Pasuwa has ended adding that the club is happy with the coach’s performance revealing that they will give him the best deal the club can afford.
Pasuwa is negotiating in a position of formidable strength having added the Mbada Diamonds Cup to the league title he won on goal difference over FC Platinum.
He says if given the job, his dream is to lead Dynamos to the African title. By winning the league and the Mbada Diamonds Cup, Dynamos have a choice on which Pan African competition they would want to participate in, the Caf Champions League or the Caf Confederations Cup.
Ironically, Pasuwa was part of the classy Dynamos side that in 1998 reached Caf finals before losing out to Asec Mimosas of the Ivory Coast 4-2 on aggregate.