Another top local coach is on Kaizer Chiefs FC rather, ahead of the current season.
Kaizer Chiefs FC is currently under the guidance of interim coach Cavin Johsnon. However, there are many reports suggesting that Chiefs management is still looking for a new head coach. However, if Johnson can end the current season on good stats, he might be appointed as the permanent head coach.
However, our trusted source communicated with us yesterday, telling us that one of top local coaches is on Chiefs rather. According to our source, we can confirm that Mamelodi Sundowns FC assistant head coach Manqoba Mngqithi has attracted interest from Kaizer Chiefs FC management.
As things stand, he is the one leading the race to be appointed as a head coach, especially if Cavin Johnson can not impress. Thoughts please?
Apart from that, our analyser Senzo Sambo has analysed why some of Kaizer Chiefs FC players must go on loan.
“A loan deal for Samkelo Zwane, Wandile Duba, Happy Mashiane and Sabelo Radebe. Mina I’m disturbed when all these boy’s are kept in the team, to make it look like we have depth while we know they won’t play more than 5games a season.
“These boys need a loan elsewhere but Kaizer Chiefs management is something else. A Chippa United or Swallows would appreciate a talent like Samkelo Zwane and Duba
A Supersport United would appreciate a Mashiane. Cape Town Spurs would appreciate a Sabelo Radebe.
“The problem is that when we loan players we want the teams to pay(cover) 50% of the players salary why can’t we just cover the 100% salary. Because even when in Naturena they get paid for not playing. Stockpiling youngsters without game time is a recipe for disaster, confidence drops, they get rusty, lose the support they had from fans and have to earn it back gradually.
“Do you still remember how supporters loved Sabelo Radebe after that performances in the Carling Black Label Cup? His confidence was still high you could see the energy. Now all that hype has died because we are stockpiling such talent on the bench. There’s no team that has so much good young talent that is stockpiled like Kaizer Chiefs.”