Caps name English coach

HARARE – Caps United has named Englishman, Mark Harrison as their new head coach on a 3-year contract.

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\nHe will be assisted by former Caps United players Fungai ‘Totsao’ Kwashi and Brenna Msiska.

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Harrison, born on 11 December 1960, is a former English footballer and has coached in the South African premiership with Golden Arrows and Black Leopards.

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During his playing days, he was a goalkeeper for English Premiership side Stoke City, among a host of teams most of them in the lower divisions.

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At Caps, Harrison replaces Taurai Mangwiro who crossed the floor to fellow premiership side, Harare City after guiding the Green Machine to a third place finish last season.

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Harrison’s assistants are Caps sons, with Tostao, being the son of the famous Caps United coach, Steve Kwashi, who guided the Green Machine to the 1996 premiership crown with players such as Alois Bunjira, Stewart Murisa, Morgan Nkathazo, Joe Mugabe and Mpumelelo Dzowa, among others.

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Msiska on the other hand, boasts of achievements on the pitch as arguably Caps United’s best goalkeeper of all time.