FORMER Caps United coach Sean Connor is now staying in Waterfalls after he was evicted from his lodge in Avondale for non-payment of rentals.
Report by Sports Correspondent
“I am now staying in Waterfalls. I am staying with my agent,” said Connor who watched the high-profile league match between Dynamos and Highlanders at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
Caps United had been responsible for the payment of his rentals since he joined the Harare giants at the start of the season.
But the Harare giants stopped paying the coach’s rentals without notice, leading to his eviction. United argued that since Connor had dragged the club to court after the two parties failed to reach an agreement on what was to be paid to the coach after his contract was terminated in August, they could not continue to take care of his accommodation.
Connor has sued Caps United for breach of contract. He was dismissed as Caps coach in August following a defeat to Hwange.
His target was to take the club to a top-four finish which he said was still possible despite the fact that the club hierarchy had not addressed genuine concerns he noted about the team when he arrived.
He had signed a two-year deal in January to be reviewed every year with the next renewal due at the end of the current campaign in December.
He believes his dismissal was unprocedural and unilateral.