Ntopwa football club owner Isaac Jomo Osman is considering to offer coach Trevor Kajawa a new contract. This is after he helped the club survive relegation during their first year in the TNM super league.
Kajawa joined Ntopwa in the second round of the super league after Leo Mpulula resigned at the club and managed to win 6 out of 15 games he was in charge of. His contract with the Bangwe based side expired at the end of last season.
Speaking on the matter, Osman said he has no reason to let go Kajawa with how he transformed his team.
“I didn’t give Kajawa any target when he joined the club but he showed qualities in how he worked on the team. He had a good relationship with the players as well as me that am ready to offer him a new contract next season but it’s up to him to accept the offer,” Osman said.
On his part coach Trevor Kajawa said he will be happy to stay put at the Amaghetto side and continue the good work he started last season.
“I will be happy to stay put at the club and continue the good work I started. I had a good relationship with both the owner and the players last season and I feel it can be easy for me as I know where to start on next season,” Kajawa said.
Ntopwa football club survived relegation in their debut season in the TNM super league.