Unexpected | Chiefs have just announced their new head coach
After the team was struggling for a long time have just decided to sack their head coach and they have appointed a new head coach who is reportedly to be from Portugal.
The new head coach of Chiefs football club is reportedly to be the former Manchester United head coach assistant, Ole Gunnar Solksjær when he was in charge of Cardiff Football club in Premier League.
The 42 year old coach from Portugal, Nilton dos Santos Terroso is the former football player and now he has taken the coaching career as he holds a UEFA A Licence.
Nilton Dos Santos Terroso is now the head coach of Bulawayo Chiefs football club which is playing in Zimbabwe top flight league.
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