National League side Nchanga Rangers announced that they have parted ways with Coach Bruce Mwape on mutual consent.
Mwape was re-appointed head coach at Rangers, taking over from Enos Silwimba in November 2019.
The club has since confirmed that Mwape and his assistants have left the club and a new Coach will be appointed this week.
“Nchanga Rangers Football Club seeks to inform its stakeholders, supporters, and the football fraternity that the Club has mutually separated with Head Coach Bruce Mwape,” the club announced.
The club also confirmed the departure of goalkeeper trainer, Yona Phiri.
The club currently sit 15th on the log table on 24 points with 14 games played so far, seven points behind log leaders Kansanshi Dynamos.
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By Ofhani Munyai