Newly-crowned TNM Super League champions Be Forward Wanderers is looking the service of former Zimbambwes’ national team (Warriors) coach Callisto Pasuwa.
Wanderers — who are now bankrolled by Japanese car dealers Be Forward — are looking to end a 17-year absence from the Champions League when they return in February for a preliminary round date against Congolese outfit AS Vita.
Should a deal materialise, Malawi News Hub understands, it would be the second time that a 45-year-old coach Pasuwa will be returning to Malawi having briefly featured for the Nomads as a player along with goalkeeper Gift Muzadzi.
Pasuwa, however, claims that he is not aware of Wanderers interests in his services.
“I don’t know anything about the Wanderers job. I am still resting and I am at home,’’ Pasuwa said.
Pasuwa’s manager Gibson Mahachi, although not ruling out the possibility of the former Warriors coach moving to Wanderers, said they were still to receive an official offer for the coach.
“Remember the network with Wanderers has always been there, but at the moment nothing official has been said about Pasuwa,’’ Mahachi said.
Pasuwa has not returned to the technical bench since leaving his national team job at the end of February following the Warriors early exit from the 2017 African Cup of Nations weeks earlier.
Officials from Wanderers are yet to comment.
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