Mzingaye Nyathi parts ways with Kabras ahead of Kenya Cup resumption?

Kabras RFC may have to finish the Kenya Cup campaign under a different Head Coach with Zimbabwean Mzingaye Nyathi reported to have left the club

Mzingaye jetted out of the country in late April 2021 and he is yet to return to the teams camp with eight days remaining till the season’s resumption.

Scrummage understands the tactician quit the side and he is set to make a return to Western Province where he was the Academy Head Coach.

Mzingaye took charge at Kabras in July 2020 following the exit of South African coach Henly Du Plessis. He led the side to win the Charity Cup and guided them to three straight wins in the Kenya Cup campaign. The side was top of the log with 15 points same as KCB who had an inferior point difference before the season was suspended.

Kabras on the other hand, have called in former Kenya Simbas forwards coach Dominique Habimana to work with the side. Habimina who coached Kenya Harlequins in 2019/20 has been with the side for close to three weeks and has been working together with backs coach Jerome Muller (South African) and Strength and Conditioning coach Richard Ochieng.

When reached for a comment on the coach’s whereabouts Kabras Chairman Philip Jalango said the coach left the country but he expects him to make a return.

“He is not around, he had an issue and hopeful by the end of the month he should be back.” he stated.

Jalang’o alsoconfirmed that Habimana has joined their camp but did not specify his role.

South Africans Du Plessis and Felix Reyon, Australian Mike Bishop, Anthony Ogot, Arthur Shikwe and Charles Cardovillis are other coaches that have been in charge of the side since its inception in 2014.

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