Nduna has even raised concerns of the stage fright especially in away games that his team suffers. “They do not express themselves the way they should.” he said. Willard is one of the best in the business in drilling players and getting them sharpen their skills. He has a lot of work to psych up the boys who are at a far lower league than what he is used to.
The Botswana problems always lead to coaches getting players from Zimbabwe because they have a great attitude. The locals never give the coaches the committment and passion necessary to go through the wall.
Khumalo’s challenges include lack of support from senior players, hap-hazard league and cup fixtures. The coach’s plans are always in disarray. It seems that Willard is dissatisfied with the overall professionalism of the league and one can only hope he keeps his job and take the boys to better days.
Mawii also coached TAFIC where an illegitimate regime fired him after 2 matches when he was off-sick. Fans were up in arms against his firing because even those 2 matches were never lost. One was drawn and the other was drawn. In that 2009 job, Willard was owed P48 000 and it is not clear whether the money was eventually paid.
Could Willard Mashinkila Khumalo be the man Bosso needs?