CAPS United have appointed club legend Charlie “Kabhasikoro” Jones as their new chief executive officer (CEO).
Club president Farai Jere introduced Jones to the players, technical team and club officials at the training ground on Wednesday afternoon. Jere said:
We are here to introduce Charlie as our new chief executive officer, in line with our structure and in line with our plan which we had before COVID-19.
So we appointed a chief executive officer after a very rigorous exercise.
There were so many people who were interested in this position and obviously we settled for one.
We are very happy to say we managed to trace our roots and he is one of the yesteryear heroes that earned CAPS United the nickname of Cup Kings.
He is here with us today and will take over the reins in the running of the club starting from today.
Jones featured for Makepekepe and the now-defunct Arcadia United as a speedy right-winger, hence the nickname Kabhasikoro.
At CAPS United, Jones played alongside the likes of Stanford “Stix” Mutizwa and the late Joel “Jubilee” Shambo.