A tip technocrat has emerged in the list of coaches who might take over at Chiefs.
Fernando Da Cruz (born 25 October 1972) is a French professional football manager, and former futsal player who represented the France national futsal team.
Da Cruz was an amateur footballer, but was called up to represent the France national futsal team in 1998 at the age of 26, and later became their captain.
Da Cruz began his managerial career as assistant coach with Wasquehal in Belgium, and has stints coaching the youth with Lille OSC and Royal Excel Mouscron. On 29 December 2014, he was named temporary manager of Mouscron after the sacking of Rachid Chihab. On 31 January 2016, Da Cruz left Mouscron to work as a scout with Lille OSC.
Da Cruz became manager of the Lille B team from 2018 to 2020. On 27 July 2020, he was again named manager of Mouscron.
Fernando Da Cruz is tipped to being one of the coaches leading the race for the Kaizer Chiefs coaching gig, according to SSnews Fernando Da Cruz submitted his CV for the second time this year with his impressive profile.
Da Cruz known for being a top technocrat and having coached in the African continent, has had stints with Morocco side AS FAR a side he helped win their first ever League tittle since 2007.
With Kaizer Chiefs management having made it clear that they want a modern day coach, Fernando Da Cruz seems to be the perfect pitch due to how his team setup in a modern day 4-2-2-2 formation.
Though Kaizer Chiefs still has alot of CVs in their table, Fernando Da Cruz is currently one of the best who can try and help Kaizer Chiefs turn things around.