Civil Service united are yet to make a decision on the future of their head coach Franco Ndawa on whether to extend his contract or not after his two years agreement with the club.
The former Red Lions and Wanderers coach joined the civil servants in 2018 and signed a two years contract which ended on 31st March 2020. The general secretary of the club Ronald Chiwawula has described this as one of the best years for the club under Franco Ndawa.
“The two years he has been with the club the team has played in the airtel top 8 meaning the team finished on a good position as well as he instilled discipline at the club for every player as he led by example which is what we want to be happening at our club,” Chiwawula said.
The general secretary further said they will take advantage of the delayed kickoff of the 2019 super league due to the corona virus to talk to Ndawa over a possible extension of his stay at area 9.
“Franco Ndawa’s contract ended on 31st March meaning the club does not have a head coach as of now and we should sit down to see if there is a need to renew his contract or not,” he said.