Madinda Ndlovu has revealed why he resigned as the Highlanders coach.
The gaffer left Bosso last week with almost a year-and a half still running on his contract. He is moving to Botswana to join top-flight side Gaborone United.
Speaking during his final press conference at Highlanders on Saturday, Madinda said his decision to quit was influenced by harsh economic challenges in the country.
“Highlanders have managed to keep their part of the bargain and they are paying me the amount we agreed on but unfortunately the past year has seen changes in the country’s economic fundamentals that have resulted in high inflation that eroded the amount I am being paid,” he told reporters.
“I am a family man with obligations to meet hence when a better offer came up I could not resist it. With a club like ours that is reliant on sponsors you understand that we cannot be going back to them every other month, every two weeks, asking for an increase to match inflation, it’s impossible.”
Meanwhile, Bosso are yet to announce someone who will takeover from Madinda Ndlovu.