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Club fires Kadewere via WhatsApp message

Prince Kadewere has been sacked by ZIFA Northern Region Division One outfit Beta X1 where he was a coach.

Prince is elder brother to Tino Kadewere, who is making waves in Europe where he plays for French Ligue 2 side Le Havre AC who are 7th on the log at the moment.

The Herald reports that Beta X1 fired Prince Kadewere over the weekend via a WhatsApp message.

Prince Kadewere, who took the team from Division Two and made it a competitive side, confirmed that he received a message from the club secretary-general Musa Bwana advising him that he has been fired as the head coach of Beta X1.

“I have parted ways with the club and I wish them well. I received the WhatsApp message sometime last week and I am relaxing at home.

Beta X1, who finished third in their maiden year in Division One in 2017 when they pushed Mushowani Stars all the way until the final day of the marathon, were exactly the opposite this past season as they finished in 10th position, leading to Prince Kadewere being fired.

The brick manufactures-sponsored side have since put an advert for the head coach’s job to replace Prince Kadewere who had nothing much to do after he had lost the bulk of his team to Premiership sides in the season he struggled.

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The Kadeweres are well-known for their football background and Prince, who took Division One by storm two years ago, could not live up to the standards that he set in this league as he found himself fighting relegation throughout the 2019 season which led him to be shown the exit door.

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