THEREa��s a scramble for man of the moment Warriors coach Kallisto Pasuwa but he is not moving even an inch out of the national team setup.
His agent,A� Gibson Mahachi said the coach is on the radar of a number of foreign teams.
a�?Pasuwa has been doing well and he will naturally get more offers. Ita��s just like a player who has done well for his club but our position is that he is not going anywhere. He is still contracted to the countrya��s football mother body and he still has a huge task ahead of him,a�? said Pasuwaa��s manager Gibson Mahachi.
It was learnt last week that Pasuwa was set to consider his future with the national team amid reports suggesting that Tanzanian football club, Simba SC had made a daring offer to prise him away to the East African country.
Mahachi told B Metro Sport on Wednesday that some South Africaa��s Absa Premiership and National First Division sides have of late made enquiries on the availability of the coach.
Media reports from Tanzania suggest that negotiations between Pasuwa and Simba SC took place and the coach is reportedly considering the offer.A� Simba SC are said to have tabled a monthly salary of $12 000 for the Warriors gaffer.
For being the Warriors coach Pasuwa gets a monthly salary of $7 000 among other pecks that include the use of a top of the range Toyota Hilux double-cab truck that he got courtesy of businessman, Wicknell Chivayoa��s benevolence.
The history making Pasuwa has won the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title four times and he further enhanced his reputation a fortnight ago when the Warriors booked a third Afcon finals berth for the first time after 10 years.
He recently took a Warriors squad largely made of local based players for the 2016 Cosafa Cup contestA� hosted by Namibia.