Zambian giants Zanaco have confirmed the appointment of Kelvin Kaindu as new head coach replacing Chris Kaunda who officially parted ways with the club on Friday.
Kaindu has penned a one-year deal with the Bankers who took to their official website to confirm the development.
“Zanaco Football Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Kelvin Kaindu as Zanaco’s head coach, returning for a third stint in charge at the club on a 1-year deal. He replaces Chris Kaunda who left the club on a mutual agreement. Kaindu was officially unveiled as Zanaco coach at Zanaco FC Secretariat on Sunday morning,” the club said in a statement.
The former Zanaco FC captain was an assistant to Wedson Nyirenda between 2009-2011 and then Numba Mumamba’s assistant between 2019-2020.
Kaindu travelled with the team later on Sunday for a 10-Day Pre-Season Training Camp.
The former Zimbabwe-based coach is one of the most qualified coaches in Zambia holding high coaching badges including a UEFA B Diploma, the FA International Licence, and CAF A Licence.
RELATED STORY: Zanaco confirm the signing of Rwandese midfielder
By FARPost Reporter