Zambia Super League side F.C MUZA has confirmed the appointment of Mathews Ndhlovu, 57, as their new head coach as earlier reported by the ZamFoot Crew.
Ndhlovu who holds a CAF A diploma, FIFA coaching certificate and KNVB coaching certificate replaces Lameck Banda who left the club recently and has since joined Lumwana Radiants.
“F.C MUZA has unveiled Mathew Ndhlovu as new head coach. Ndhlovu (57) takes over the coaching mantle from Lameck Banda who left the club earlier this week.
F.C MUZA club President, Keith Mweemba and Chief Executive officer Joel Kabika unveiled Ndhlovu in Lusaka Saturday afternoon.”
Ndhlovu has pledged to work hard and together with the team management, players and the supporters in order to accomplish the set yardsticks.
In 2007 Ndhlovu guided Forest Rangers to the Coca-cola Cup championship.
In his heyday as a player, Ndhlovu starred for Kabwe Warriors, Red Arrows, Railway Express and Bulawayo Highlands in Zimbabwe.
F.C MUZA will be Zambia’s flag barriers in the CAF Confederation Cup after finishing second in the MTN Super League last season.