What's next for Pasuwa?

HARARE - Dynamos coach Calisto Pasuwa is now set to leave the Glamour Boys no matter what happens this afternoon.

Pasuwa, who led Dynamos to three league titles in a row, has been linked to a move to struggling Harare City.

The 20-time Zimbabwe champions face How Mine this afternoon at the National Sports Stadium in the final game of the season.

DeMbare are two points behind log leaders ZPC Kariba, who play against CAPS United at Gwanzura Stadium this afternoon.

Whether DeMbare pull off an astonishing recovery to win their 21st league title, Pasuwa appears on his way out of the Glamour Boys.

Harare City, who are hoping to avoid relegation from the Castle premiership this afternoon, are the front runners to land Pasuwa’s signature.

The Sunshine Boys’ hierarchy are confident that they will get the desired result against Chicken Inn at Rufaro Stadium and they will be playing Premiership football next season.

Current interim coach Masimba Dinyero seems to have lost the support of the City blazers after a string of poor results in recent weeks that have seen the side drop near the relegation zone.

Recently, Dinyero was almost manhandled by a section of the club’s supporters after the 3-5 defeat to DeMbare at Rufaro at the start of the month.

With Pasuwa’s contract at DeMbare running out at the end of this year, City have made the Zimbabwe national Under-23 coach their prime target to replace Dinyero at the end of the season.

Once since secure their Premiership status for next season negotiations between the two parties are set to start in earnest.  

Even though he has been able to enter the history books by becoming one of the club’s most successful coaches, Pasuwa’s position at the club has always been on shaky ground.

Pasuwa’s relationship with the Kenny Mubaiwa board has always been a cat and mouse game over the past three years.

Earlier this year, the 43-year-old was almost sacked in May after DeMbare began the season on a slow note and they also failed to qualify for the group stages of the African Champions League.

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