Wednesday Jan 03, 2018. 14:30
Zimbabwean Premier Soccer League side, Highlanders are yet to appoint a coach in Madinda Ndlovu.
This comes after both parties are in a battle for outstanding monies as the club failed to pay the coach in the previous contract.
Bosso are currently in negotiations with Ndlovu in the hope of securing his signature to coach the club next season.
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However, the coach’s agent Hosea George Bhebhe said the negotiations have been dragging because they want Highlanders to commit to pay the coach’s dues from the previous contract before they can continue.
The News Day reports that Highlanders owe Ndlovu an undisclosed sum of money from their previous engagement which ended in 2009 when he was replaced by Egyptian Mohamed Fathi.
“We still have some sticking points, but once that is sorted then everything is done. Highlanders have to commit to pay him (Ndlovu) his outstanding dues and as soon as all that is done I am sure everything will be in place,” Bhebhe said.
After the divorce, Ndlovu approached the High Court in 2011 over salary arrears amounting to over $18 000.
The Bulawayo giants argued that the matter was a labour dispute and that the coach’s demand to have him paid in United States dollars was illegal.