Is it a timely opportunity? Kaizer Chiefs are searching for a new coach, and Pitso Mosimane is between jobs.
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KAIZER CHIEFS ARE HIRING
As the club revealed last month, Molefi Ntseki became Amakhosi‘s former coach after delivering only three wins in 13 games.
Chiefs later appointed Head of Youth Cavin Johnson as interim coach before Johnson swiftly told the public he wants to return to his academy work at Naturena.
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Meanwhile, reports revealed that Amakhosi found a list of four head coach targets:
- Raul Caneda
- Pitso Mosimane
- Muhsin Ertugral
- Nasreddine Nabi.
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PITSO MOSIMANE – THE BENEFITS
Ask most Chiefs supporters who their favourite is and the dominant reply will be the man known as “Jingles.”
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Not only does he have a record of five DStv Premiership titles and two CAF Champions League gold medals, Mosimane is simply a son of the soil.
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Here are further benefits to hiring Mosimane for Chiefs:
- Admiration from players – The existing Chiefs players will be inspired to work for an icon.
- Attraction of new players – The best players in the country and Africa will be keen to arrive at Naturena.
- Increase in media attention – Amakhosi already enjoys high media attention, Mosimane will take it to new heights.
- Increase in home crowd – Amakhosi lure big crowds everywhere, but at the home FNB stadium, a high-profile and popular coach like Mosimane will increase ticket sales.
- CAF football – Mosimane has established himself as a continental and possibly world football coach. He will steer Chiefs out of the comforts of South African football to the continent.
Should Chiefs continue to hunt Mosimane’s signature? Let us know in the comments section below.
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