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*Mwanga returns to Francistown after 15 years

In 2005, after guiding Ecco City Greens to a ninth-placed finish in the St Louis Premier League, Zambian born coach Stanley Mwanga headed south to take up a new challenge as the Head Coach of Gaborone United.

The well-travelled trainer has not lived in the second city since.

Now, 15 years later, Mwanga is back in the city that made him.

The 62-year-old was appointed Tafic Sporting Club’s Head Coach on 1st January, replacing Zimbabwean mentor Saul Chaminuka.

Mwanga pulled a shocker when he resigned as Extension Gunners coach on Chris...

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