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De Jongh not yet decided on Bosso future . . . ‘I’ll have to speak to my family first’

By Sikhumbuzo Moyo

HIGHLANDERS head coach Hendrik Pieter de Jongh has said he will discuss with his family in The Netherlands on whether or not to renew his relationship with Bosso.

Highlanders coach Pieter de Jongh parades the Chibuku Cup to supporters with the assistance of Brian Banda and Andrew Mbeba recently
Highlanders coach Pieter de Jongh parades the Chibuku Cup to supporters with the assistance of Brian Banda and Andrew Mbeba recently

De Jongh’s short contract expires on December 31 and he is set to travel to The Netherlands on Saturday.

“At the moment there is no news, I haven’t signed anything. Only after I have spoken to my family that is when I will consider the new offer from Highlanders, but at the moment there is nothing,” said De Jongh.

The Dutchman superintendent Bosso for 16 official games, winning eight times, drawing six and losing once.

Out of the 16 matches, 12 were league games that saw Bosso getting five wins, six draws and a loss, while the other four games were in the Chibuku Super Cup which Bosso won to lift the trophy without conceding a goal.

However, Bosso continued to struggle winning games away from Barbourfields Stadium.

Bosso league results under De Jongh

Highlanders 3-1 Bulawayo Chiefs, Highlanders 2-0 Chicken Inn, Herentals 1-1 Highlanders, Highlanders 2-0 TelOne, ZPC Kariba 1-1 Highlanders, Yadah 1-1 Highlanders, Dynamos 1-1 Highlanders, Ngezi Platinum Stars 1-1 Highlanders, FC Platinum 0-0 Highlanders, Highlanders 1-0 Manica Diamonds, Highlanders 0-1 Bulawayo Chiefs, Chapungu 2-2 Highlanders

Chibuku Super Cup

First round: Dynamos 0-1 Highlanders,

Quarter-final: Highlanders 3-0 FC Platinum

Semi-final: Highlanders 1-0 ZPC Kariba

Final: Highlanders 1-0 Ngezi Platinum Stars

Source: The Chronicle

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