Nchanga Rangers parts ways with head coach, first assistant


Nchanga Rangers Football Club Executive Committee has parted ways with Head Coach, Aggrey Chiyangi, and first assistant, Rotson Kilambe, through mutual consent.

Second Assistant, Ronald Mukosha, will assume the role of interim Head Coach until further notice.

This is according to a Media statement issued in Kitwe on Sunday.

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Mukosha will be assisted by Bob Banda, the goalkeeper trainer, physical trainer Mutambi Mtonga and Michael Mwape from the youth team during this transition period.

Club president Shapi Shachinda said a decision was reached at following discussions with the two coaches that the right thing to do in the interest of the Club is to separate mutually.

“The Club encourages its supporters to continue providing unrelenting support to the team as we believe that the current situation will be salvaged,” he said.

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