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Names of coaches likely to take over from Ntseki at Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs have parted ways with Molefi Ntseki just after three months.

The Soweto giants announced on Monday that Ntsei’s tenure as head coach of Kaizer Chiefs ended amicably by mutual consent following a meeting on Monday morning.

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Cavin Johnson, who recently joined Chiefs as Head of the Youth Development Academy, takes over as interim coach with Dillon Sheppard as his assistant.

Kaizer Chiefs part ways with Ntseki

Chiefs were linked with Tunisian Nasreddine Nabi during pre-season but the former Yanga SC coach reportedly turned down the offer because the club was not ready to agree to his terms.

In July, Ntseki was appointed as head coach of Amakhosi but the decision was met with negative reaction from the club’s fans.

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Having lost three matches in his first month, Chiefs fans started demanding the club to take action on the former Bafana Bafana coach.

The 54-year-old only won four of his 13 matches during his time with the Glamour Boys.

With Ntseki gone, here are some of the big names that might take over from Ntseki.

Ernst Middendorp

Mazinyo is not a fan favourite but in the last eight years, he is the only coach that came close to winning a trophy for Chiefs. The 2019/20 season saw Amakhosi narrowly losing the league to Sundowns on the last day and a few days later, Middendorp was sacked despite his success that season.

Maqoba Mngqithi

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With Steve Khompeha leaving Downs for Swallows before the start of the season, many expected Mngqithi to do the same. The former Golden Arrows could join the Soweto giants should the Motaunga aquire his services.

Muhsin Ertugral

Muhsin is loved by Chiefs fans and him returning could energise the players. He has had two stints and won a trophy each and every season he’s coached Amakhosi. Could it be third time lucky for Ertugral?

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