THE Dynamos leadership is still split over giving Elvis â€œChuchuâ€ Chiweshe a proper contract to coach the Premier Soccer League giants.
Chiweshe was appointed caretaker coach for the Harare side in April.
But the former club youth coach Chiweshe has managed to stabilise Dynamos in terms of results, leading the volatile club to five wins and one draw in the six matches he has been in charge.
However, top executive committee members at the club are still not convinced that Chiweshe and his assistant Tonderayi Ndiraya are suited for the job, while the board of trustees wants the pair to stay.
A source at Dynamos revealed that the executive is sharply split, with some ready to give Chiweshe the job until the end the 2009 PSL season while chairman Partson Moyo is said to be against handing the reins to Chiweshe so soon.
â€œMembers of the board of trustees, who include chairman Richard Chiminya, are close to Chiweshe and I do not think they are having a problem in having Chiweshe as coach,â€ the source said.
â€œThe buck is stopping with the executive where some members are still hoping to get Norman Mapeza. I understand some even want to get in touch with Keegan Mumba (former club coach).â€
Chiweshe himself has publicly admitted to be keen on the job on a fulltime basis.
BY ENOCK MUCHINJO