Ndlovu still in the dark on Chiefs' future

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Mochudi Centre Chiefs are yet to open new contract negotiations with championship-winning coach Madinda Ndlovu barely five weeks before the expiry of his current deal.

The Zimbabwean sealed a successful campaign with the Kgatleng giants by winning be MOBILE Premier League title for the second successive time a fortnight ago with three games to go. Despite leading Chiefs to back to back be MOBILE League titles, the club is yet to initiate talks over a new deal.Instead, ongoing speculation has been that the club is courting BMC coach Daniel Chicco Nare. Chiefs' communications manager, Clifford Mogomotsi admits their coach is still very much in the dark regarding his future at the club with his contract expiring next month.

"We have not yet started negotiations for a new deal (with Madinda Ndlovu), but it is common cause that when a contract ends, people sit down and negotiate," Mogomotsi told Mmegi Sport.Mogomotsi would not commit to saying the club was definitely keeping the coach only saying they would review everything after the last game.
He added some of their players were out of contract and were waiting for the league to finish before they start the negotiations."We are aware even for the players, when we done with the league we will discuss," he said.
Sources within the club confirmed Nare had been approached for the job."He initially refused, but because of the uncertainty at BMC it looks like he may end up agreeing for it," said the source.

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