HIGHLANDERS will once again be without head coach Kelvin Kaindu for the crucial Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) match against Harare City at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday as the Zambian gaffer left the country yesterday for the United Kingdom to continue his Uefa B licence coaching course.
Kaindu left via Johannesburg and was expected to connect to the UK yesterday.
The Bosso coach missed the PSL match against Motor Action in Harare as he was attending the course in the UK, which the log leaders drew 1-1.
Bosso chairperson Peter Dube confirmed the developments yesterday.
“The coach should be here for our next league game against Shabanie Mine and the Mbada Diamonds Cup final. It means he will miss the match against Harare City.
“Hopefully, we should have him back for the Shabanie Mine match if there are no problems with his flights,” he said.
Dube said it was important for the coach to upgrade his skills.
“Either way the club will get affected if a coach does not upgrade and is not enlightened with modern techniques in football. We have got young and upcoming coaches from our ranks,” he said.
Bosso will hasten their chances of winning the league title they last won in 2006 under the guidance of Methembe Ndlovu in 2006 if they win on Sunday.
Dube urged the Highlanders family to rally behind the team.
“It is time for everyone to stand up to do something that will benefit the club. We expect an entourage of followers to follow the team like they did yesterday (Wednesday).
“They should cheer the team on. They should not react negatively even when they are provoked,” he added.