Choma Eagles coach Keagan Mumba has refuted reports that he is being courted by Zimbabwe football giants Dynamos for a second stint in charge.
Mumba denied speculation in today’s Herald newspaper that he was being courted to replace under-pressure coach Elvis Chiweshe following Dynamos poor 2010 Caf Champions League outing after failing to qualify to the semifinals after winning just one of their last five Group A matches.
“The reports are not true but it is not a crime t be admired,” Mumba said who had a stint with Dynamos in 2007 when he won the league cup with them.
Mumba said the fans and club executive should stand behind Chiweshe whose team are currently second from top on the Zimbabwean league table despite their poor showing in Caf club action.
“Maybe one day but for now I have a contract here in Zambia with the Zambia national Service to coach Choma Eagles and I am very much involved with Faz with the Under-20 team,” Mumba said.
“They should keep Chiweshe and support him.”