Phil wants to go home

Former Zimbabwean international junior coach, Phil Mbofana, wants to return home to look for a premiership team to coach next season.

Former Zimbabwean international junior coach, Phil Mbofana.
Former Zimbabwean international junior coach, Phil Mbofana.

Speaking to The Zimbabwean this week, Mbofana expressed his desire to coach in the Zimbabwe Premiership next season as he has failed to secure a contract with any senior team in South Africa.

“Currently I am with Waterstone College Academy. At the end of year I will be back in Zimbabwe. With my experience, I am determined to take the reigns at any premiership outfit,” he said.

The last time Mbofana coached in South Africa was early last year when he was in charge of Limpopo based outfit, Dynamos, where he had replaced Shepherd Murape.

After a few months at Dynamos he was arrested on rape allegations, forcing his club to relieve him of his duties.

The former Zimbabwe Under-20 and Under-23 coach has in recent years coached Swaziland clubs Mbabane Highlanders, XI Men in Flight and Pigg’s Peak Bush Bucks.

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