Former Flames coach Young Chimodzi says he is done with coaching domestic clubs because he feels he has done enough in that role and it is time to pave the way for others.
Chimodzi was on Tuesday explaining why he is opting for an advisory role other than that of a coach at struggling Silver Strikers FC.
In spite of that, he said he is doing the coaching job at the Bankers in the meantime due to the situation the outfit has found itself in ahead of the TNM Super League second-round kickoff this weekend.
“I am not comfortable taking up the coaching role because I feel I have done enough and it is time to pave the way for others. The only role I can comfortably play is that of an adviser,” he said.
“But I am still helping Silver as a coach in the interim due to circumstances as Fazili and I are the only ones in the technical panel ahead of the second round and Standard Bank Knockout Cup. However, this does not mean I have accepted to be coach as a clear direction will be known once I meet the team’s executive.”
Silver acting general secretary Fred Kalonga said they will discuss Chimodzi’s role at the club later because their focus now is on preparations for their forthcoming games.
“We will finalise the issue about the coach’s role later. It is just a small matter as compared to the task at hand,” Kalonga said.