Zambia Super League giants Zesco United head coach George Lwandamina has left the club, it was announced on Tuesday, 22nd September.

A statement on the club’s official website said that the management and the coach had mutually agreed to end the contract.

“Zesco United Football Club management and club head coach George Lwandamina have mutually agreed to separate with immediate effect,” read part of the statement.

Chief Executive Officer Richard Mulenga: “Zesco United Football Club management would like to thank coach George Lwandamina for his services in the last three seasons, which resulted in the team winning two league titles and one Absa Cup.”

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Mulenga said the club would soon announce a new full-time head coach ahead of the 2020/2021 FAZ/MTN Super League season.

“The club will immediately begin the recruitment,” he said.

Lwandamina, who joined Zesco in 2014, won the league and cup twice in his first season, retaining the league the following year. He also won back to back Zambian Coach of the Year awards.

Last season, the eight-time Zambian champions finished fifth, thus missing the chance to represent the country in the Caf competitions for the first time in eight years.

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