Zuze takes over at Triangle

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BIGGIE Zuze is the new head coach of Triangle Football Club, NewsDay Sport can reveal.

BY KENNETH NYANGANI
SPORTS CORRESPONDENT

The former Monomotapa coach beat ex-FC Platinum boss Rahman Gumbo and ex-How Mine gaffer Philani Mabhena to the top post after interviews conducted last week.

He replaces Gishon Ntini who sensationally quit after he failed to agree with the club on a new contract over various monetary issues.

Zuze has a tough task to surpass the outspoken gaffer who led the Lowveld-based side to a seventh position in their maiden season last year.

Triangle chairman Lovemore Matikinyidze confirmed the development yesterday, adding that they were aiming higher this season.

“We have appointed Biggie Zuze as our new head coach on a one-year contract. With him and the kind of sponsorship we have, our ambition is to do better than last year. We have already started our preparations,” he said.

Triangle is likely to retain the services of exciting midfielder Lameck Nhamo, Warriors trialist Blessing Chimwamuchere, veterans David Sengu and William Mapfumo, Richard Kawondera and Chastern Ndongonda.

They will play in the BancABC Sup8r Cup after finishing last season in number seven.oach beat ex-FC Platinum boss Rahman Gumbo and ex-How Mine gaffer Philani Mabhena to the top post after interviews conducted last week.

He replaces Gishon Ntini who sensationally quit after he failed to agree with the club on a new contract over various monetary issues.

Zuze has a tough task to surpass the outspoken gaffer who led the Lowveld-based side to a seventh position in their maiden season last year.

Triangle chairman Lovemore Matikinyidze confirmed the development yesterday, adding that they were aiming higher this season.

“We have appointed Biggie Zuze as our new head coach on a one-year contract. With him and the kind of sponsorship we have, our ambition is to do better than last year. We have already started our preparations,” he said.

Triangle is likely to retain the services of exciting midfielder Lameck Nhamo, Warriors trialist Blessing Chimwamuchere, veterans David Sengu and William Mapfumo, Richard Kawondera and Chastern Ndongonda.

They will play in the BancABC Sup8r Cup after finishing last season in number seven.

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  1. The switch is a good move since they will be taking part in the African safari. They need a better stadium for their 7million supporters where fan behaviour can be monitored, with player anti-doping testing facilities available.

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