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Something youa��re good at shouldna��t stress you: Kaindu

Kelvin Kaindu says, a�?Something you are good at, should not stress youa�?.A�The Zambian expatriate made the utterances amid reports that he had parted ways with the club, while on the other hand, club CEO Ndumiso Ndumiso insisted that the coach was yet to tender in his resignation.
a�?I have been emotional after some games that we have won and lost but being emotional does not really show you are angry or not. I was not even emotional when the missiles were thrown at us . . . It was just beyond football,a�? said Kaindu, referring to the violence that happened at Hartsfield Ground on Sunday after falling to ZPC Kariba. Pressed on his highs and lows at Bosso, the Zambian gaffer went: a�?Something you are good at should not stress you . . . I have done well and there will be a time that I will be recognised . . . The boys have done well they are the ones who make us happy and at times cry. Sometimes you dona��t get the result. Do you want Highlanders to register new players?a�?
Kaindu reportedly parted ways with Bosso on Monday but he interestingly insists a�?The race is still on . . . Yes sir Ia��m still with Bosso.a�?
The drama surrounding the Zambian mentor reportedly took another twist on Wednesday amid revelations that the coach was still at the club after the Bulawayo giants failed to give him the $60 000 payout for his contract to be terminated.
Bosso are reported to have offered Kaindu a $15 000 golden handshake which the soft-spoken coach did not accept.
However, reports last night indicated an agreement had been reached.
Bosso chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede said:
a�?As far as we are concerned we have a stalemate. We hear that he has resigned but we are not aware of that.a�?
Following their Limited Chikafa inspired well felt 3-1 defeat at the hands of ZPC Kariba on Sunday, Highlanders are fourth on the log with 39 points, seven points adrift from their perennial rivals Dynamos.
Meanwhile, as the future of Kaindu remains a mystery, a number of coaches have been linked to take over from him.
Names that have been linked to the job include former How Mine coach Philani a�?a�?Beefya�? Ncube, Madinda Ndlovu, Mandla Mpofu, Rahman Gumbo as well as Lloyd Mutasa.
The list of coaches lined up to take over from Kaindu also includes the cluba��s former coach and player Mkhuphali Masuku who was in charge in 2011 before Kaindu took over in 2012.
Gumbo is currently head coach of Botswana outfit Gaborone United and would only be able to join the club in January if an agreement is reached.
Mark Mathe will reportedly take over the club in the remaining games if Kaindu does leave before the league season ends.
Bosso is in position 4 with 6 games to go, 7 points adrift of the leaders and 5 points adrift of second placed ZPC Kariba.
When he arrived Bosso had finished seventh in 2011.
Highlanders last won the title in 2006.