Ndiraya says he wants to pursue further studies though sources indicate he had a rocky relationship with coach, Callisto Pasuwa, which led to his departure
Dynamos Football Club assistant coach Tonderai Ndiraya has resigned with 12 matches to go before the end of the current soccer season.
Ndiraya says he wants to pursue further studies though sources indicate he had a rocky relationship with coach, Callisto Pasuwa, which led to his departure.
Dynamos chairman Kenny Mubaiwa says the club will move on without Ndiraya, adding retaining the championship title is Dembare’s main target right now.
Dynamos are currently placed third on the 16-member Castle Lager Premier Soccer League table with 32 points. Harare City are leading with 37 points.
Mubaiwa says his club tried to entice Ndiraya to delay his departure until the end of the season but he refused citing personal issues.
"Ndiraya says he wants to take up a degree course this year and wants to start by November so he resigned yesterday and we could not persuade him to stay and finish off the season," says Mubaiwa.
Dynamos say they have secured four new players during the open transfer window and hope to boost the team before the end of the season.
"We have to move on without Ndiraya and hope that we will be able to defend our title," says Mubaiwa.