Power Dynamos assistant coach Anderson Phiri will not be part from the re-constituted technical bench led by new head coach Kelvin Kaindu.

Kaindu, who replaces Dan Kabwe who quit a fortnight ago to join Lusaka Dynamos, will be assisted by Kampamba Chintu and Mwenya Chipepo.

Power chairman Bbenkele Haachitwe confirmed that Phiri won’t be part of the new bench pending the expiry of his contract in March 2018.

Phiri joined Power as an assistant to Tennant Chilumba in 2013 and later worked with Dan Kabwe.

“Coach Anderson’s contract runs until 31st March this year. The club and him has agree that the relationship is coming to an end,” Haachitwe said.

“But at the moment he is helping us with a little more task but we are grateful to him. He has been a very good coach to the team and we are wishing him well,” he said.

Phiri, who played at Mufulira Wanderers winger and won the 1995 and 1996 league title with Mighty, has previously coached in Zimbabwe.

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    • Anderson is one of good guys, he should have been chance to head coach, like Cheembo at Zesco or Zedy Saileti.


  1. Anderson Phiri is a good coach and good person. Power should have given him a chance as Head Coach. Hope he gets a good club.



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