Chitembwe on Warriors job

21 March 2017

CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe says he is NOT ready for the Warriors top job.

As the search for Kalisto Pasuwa’s successor continues, a number of names are being thrown into the fray including former Chicken Inn mentor Joey Antipas and FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza.

Chitembwe, who made history for the club by dumping TP Mazembe out of the CAF Champions League, says it’s not yet time for him.

His heart is at CAPS United and would want to fully concentrate at club level this year.

“I will be honest, such aspirations are out of my sight. I am not interested in the Warriors job at the moment. The truth is that I don’t want anything to disturb me in this journey I started.

“I am not ruling out any possibilities in future, but for now, I am totally a CAPS United employee. My heart is here and I don’t think I will be able to take on a new task this year. “

Chitembwe, however revealed that he might take charge of the Warriors in future but on certain conditions in future.

“Never say never. I might go for it. But it has to be under certain conditions. I don’t mean this year, maybe in the future. The Warriors are for all of us. They are for every Zimbabwean. They haven’t’ approached me. I have heard the rumours as well. But my position is very clear for now,” continued Chitembwe.

Meanwhile, Chitembwe will be back to business today.

“I don’t want us to get carried away by the qualification. We will be at training. We have league matches coming up. We have the final against Highlanders. We have a lot on our table and we don’t need to relax.

My boys will be at training tomorrow (today),” he added.