26 January 2017
AFTER a humiliating early exit at the ongoing AFCON tournament, Kalisto Pasuwa could be heading to Dynamos.
Upon his arrival at the Harare International Airport, Pasuwa clarified that he had not resigned.
He still has two weeks to see off his contract as the Warriors head coach signed a one year deal which will be reviewed on February 1.
According to that contract Pasuwa met his target which was to qualify for the 2017 AFCON and he is unlikely to renew.
However, H-Metro are reliably informed that Pasuwa met the Dynamos bosses before leaving for Gabon and demanded his dues before making a commitment.
“He is likely to return to Dynamos. It’s highly probable. He met the Kenny Mubaiwa-led executive and Bernard Marriott before the tournament and they want to give him a job.
“What he demanded first were his dues. He was owed money by Dynamos from his previous reign from 2011 to 2014. They owe him a lot of money.
“He demanded that they pay all his dues before they engage him.
“For someone who was at Dynamos as a player and coach, he agreed to talk to the officials and I understand he will be joining them soon when the dust has settled.
If the deal sails through, the four-time championship winner returns to Dynamos after two years in which the Harare giants failed to win meaningful silverware.
DeMbare appointed David Mandigora at the beginning of the 2015 season but fired him before the end of the season. At the beginning on the 2016 season, the Harare giants, appointed a Portuguese coach Paulo Jorge Silva but he only lasted some weeks into the season before Lloyd Mutasa took over.
“He (Pasuwa) was the last coach to win big accolades with the club. It’s been two years and the team was struggling. Initially they wanted a foreign coach but indications are that they will be after Pasuwa’s signature. They want him back at all costs.”