HOW Mine FC will today announce their new coach, believed to be Kelvin Kaindu, after the gaffer resigned from Lowveld side Triangle United.
Triangle United moved quickly to replace Kaindu with former Dynamos coach David Mandigora after it became clear that the Zambian would not return to the Lowveld.
Kaindu’s contract was due to expire in December this year.
How Mine chairman Paul Mac Andrew yesterday said they were now in the final stages of dealing with outstanding contractual obligations and the club would issue a statement by lunchtime today.
“We’re not in a position as a club yet to announce the name of our new coach because there are a few outstanding contractual issues. I promise you that we’ll be done by tomorrow midday. We’re in the final stages as we speak and we’ll proudly unveil the name soon,” said Mac Andrew.
Kaindu also declined to comment on his impending move to How Mine and referred Chronicle Sport to the club.
“I can’t comment on anything, but you can try the club as they’re the right people to divulge any more details,” said Kaindu.
The Zambian is set to replace the nomadic Luke Masomere who parted ways with the club following a poor run that saw the team tumbling down the log just after mid-season in 2015.
How Mine eventually finished 11th with 35 points despite being in a commanding position during the first half of the campaign.