Perry Mutapa and Masautso Mwale
Perry Mutapa and Masautso Tembo who left Forest Rangers on Monday have joined Power Dynamos as head coach and assistant coach respectively.

They have signed two year contracts effective 26th November, 2019.

Head coach Perry Mutapa and his assistant Masautso Tembo sensationally resigned yesterday on Monday the 25th of November 2019 from their club Forest Rangers leaving many to question if anything had gone wrong.

In Zambian football coaches are usually shown the door and its rare to see coaches resigning so the whole incident caused debate after rumors came out that they have resigned which was followed up by Forest Rangers officially confirming that the two parties have mutually parted company.

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To add fuel to the fire this morning a Perry Mutapa Facebook account now believed to be a fake account posted a picture of a Buildcon FC Logo as football fans flocked to the account and shared the update before it was deleted.

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It has however been confirmed that the duo have joined Power Dynamos with their managers Next-Gen Football Agency posting update on their Facebook Page this morning that the duo have joined Power Dynamos on a 2 years contract effective today the 26th of November, 2019.

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Perry Mutapa who is the youngest coach in the Super League joins Power Dynamos having recently celebrated his 40th Birthday on the 18th of November .

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Mutapa was elevated to headcoach at Forest Rangers in March 2017 and will be best remembered for his entertaining brand of football which made him the most sought after young coach and also for not mincing his words which resulted in some controversial comments in the media such as on Zanaco FC who after beating Forest he criticized stating that The Bankers didnt know how to pass the ball and couldnt play the ball from back.

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He leaves the club with a record of having presided over 104 games of which Forest won 37, drew 27 and lost 40 scoring 110 goals and conceding 80 goals.

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