Barely a few day after the contract expired for Civil service united head coach Franco Ndawa, the club has decided to extend his stay at the club by a year based on how he performed during his two years at the club.
Ndawa joined the area 9 based club in 2018 and his two years contract with the servants ended on 31 March but the team’s executive committee has thought it wise to give him another year at the club confirmed by general secretary Ronald Chiwawula.
“His contract expired on 31 March and it has pleased the executive to extend his stay by a year. We didn’t want to seek a coach elsewhere as we considered how he has transformed the team since he joined and has even promised to improve the team further this season,” said Chiwawula.
Commenting on the development, the former Red Lions coach confirmed he has been told of the extension of his contract and is happy he is still part of the club but is yet to put pen to paper
“I have been told of my contract extension but am yet to put pen to paper considering the fact that goverment issues go through a lot of offices but am happy to still be with the club. I have had a good time since I joined the team and I expect to have a good season this year as they have a new executive commitee,” Ndawa said.