One of the country’s exciting prospects in football coaching, Patson Ndabambi has passed on.
Ndabambi died this morning at his rural home in Gokwe after a long illness having been in and out of hospital in the past few weeks.
Ndabambi served as the head coach at former premiership club Blue Rangers and Shooting Stars. He also took up the role of team manager at ZPC Kariba for several years.
He was part of the technical team when Kauya Katuruturu finished second to Dynamos in their first top-flight season in 2014.
Ndabambi also had a dance with other clubs that include Academy 2063, Yadah Gunners, Chrome Stars, Harare United, Pinda Mzala, Underhill and Amazulu. He was influential in the country junior football development as he was part of the National Association of Primary Heads (Naph) under 14 best players selection pannel.
Zimbabwe Soccer Coaches Association chairperson Beki Nyoni expressed shock on the untimely death of Ndabambi.
“Its hard to believe Patson is gone. We say you have played your part and we will remember you forever. May his souls rest in peace,” said Nyoni.
Burial is set for tomorrow in Gokwe.