Wedson Nyirenda Joins Lusaka Dynamos

Lusaka Dynamos Football Club has signed former Chipolopolo coach Wedson ‘Wada’ Nyirenda on a short term contract.

Club secretary Oliver Shalala announced the capture of Wada who will see off the final 10 matches of the season.

“Lusaka Dynamos is pleased to announce that Wedson Nyirenda has been appointed head coach of Lusaka Dynamos while Ian Bakala, Josphat Nkhoma and Stephen Mwansa will be his assistants. Stephen Mwansa will also double as goalkeeping coach while Manchi Janza is the physical trainer,” Shalala said.

The former Zesco United and Zanaco coach joins Lusaka Dynamos a few months after he resigned as head coach of Baroka FC who he coached all the way to winning the Telkom Knockout Championship of 2018. His current contract could be extended to next season.

Nyirenda was at the helm of the Chipolopolo from January 2017 to May 2018.

As a player, Wedson played as a striker for Power Dynamos and Nchanga Rangers and later played for Kaizer Chiefs.




  1. Saviour bwalya

    All the best coach wada

    • Zambani

      Bali pwa kale ba mudala. What position is Baroka in the South Africa league? That is why he was fired at Baroka. Poor performance

  2. Wada is a very accomplished & experienced coach ,I have no doubt in my mind he will deliver

    Wada is a very accomplished & experienced coach,I have no doubt in my mind he will deliver

  3. Abena kafue

    .yes and a down to earth person. You can not even notice his presence untill he’s introduced. A humble player who works hard for his money. Congrats coach but I know many teams are looking for you.

  4. Boniface mutale

    All the best was nyirenda

  5. Mpundu Emmanuel

    Welcome back to your home, wishing you the best my humble and quiet coach

  6. Lethal Weapon

    Zanaco,Zesco…then national team….then baroka….now Lusaka dynamos….maybe he needs to upgrade his coaching skills by going for further training….seems to be going to small teams instead of the other way round.

  7. WAIT

    Abo nga nimotokangani pamabwe

  8. Shi Mumba

    You left without saying goodbye, Wada -Why??? Anyway, I wish you the best, and I know hat you will excel again back home.

  9. austen

    Comment wada is a good coach.

  10. Manfred ngosa

    He z a great coach ,he will add value to the team

  11. Thinkwell

    All the best Coach

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