Yogi joins Triangle

Oscar Rusenga in Triangle
FORMER Dynamos gaffer George “Yogi” Mandigora has taken over the hot seat left by Kelvin Kaindu at Triangle and will lead the Lowveld side this season. Mandigora is believed to have signed a two-year contract, for an undisclosed fee, and watched from the sidelines as Triangle played their first pre-season friendly against Masvingo City in Triangle yesterday.

Triangle finished fourth last season before the Zambian coach resigned to join How Mine. Mandigora will lead the technical team with Biggie Zuze and Tembo Chuma keeping their positions as assistant coach and goalkeepers’ coach.

Triangle chairman Lovemore Matikinyidze rubbished reports that Chuma was also joining How Mine. “Chokri (Chuma) was away attending to his personal problems but he’s now back and will continue his duties together with Biggie (Zuze),” said Matikinyidze.

“Yes Mandigora is here, he came for interviews and you’re going to see more coaches coming for interviews as we’re looking to boost our bench.” Mandigora refused to comment on his future and referred all questions to the executive.

“I’m not in a position to comment on anything as of now, the best person you can talk to is the chairman of the club. I’m here to watch football,” he said.

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  • hutsi

    Problem with roping these coaches from Harare is they bring old horses who failed in big teams at the expense of raw talent in the whole of Masvingo province.We need to go as far as Chikombedzi, Chipinge to look for youngsters who are hungry not these their people who sell the team when we play city teams.I appreciate the experience the coaches have but on payers we need to have a Lowveld policy that make the team have at leadt majority of players from down there.