Norman Mapeza has revealed his next move following his departure at FC Platinum.
The Zvishavane-based club announced on Thursday that their long-serving coach is leaving through a mutual separation agreement.
Mapeza had spent five years at the Platinum Boys, winning two successive league titles and reaching the group stages of the prestigious CAF Champions League.
According to Herald journalist Robson Sharuko, the coach will not take any offer until the end of the year.
“I have spoken to Mapeza, he says it was his decision he needed a rest, won’t take a job until the end of the year, no bad blood between him and FC Platinum, and will only consider offers in January,” Sharuko said on Twitter.
@FCPlatinum @KenMapeza @online_zifa @HeraldZimbabwe I have spoken to Mapeza, he says it was his decision he needed a rest, won’t take a job until end of year, no bad blood btwn him and Platinum, will only consider offers in January
— Robson Sharuko (@Chakariboy) September 12, 2019
Mapeza’s tenure was the longest for any current coach in the Premier Soccer League.