Clubless coaches abound in Jozi

JOHANNESBURG - Three former Zimbabwe soccer coaches, now residing in South Africa, have started the season clubless.
They are former Zimbabwe Warriors and Liverpool goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar, former Warriors and Nigeria head coach Clemens Wseterhof and Zoran Pesic of Yugoslavia.
Before comin

g to South Africa, Pesic briefly coached the then flamboyant and former Castle Lager Premier Soccer League Champions of Zimbabwe, AmaZulu Football Club of Bulawayo, but is battling to find a club to coach in the South African premiership.
Grobbelaar, a Zimbabwe international goalkeeper, who once coached the Durban- based Umtata Bush Bucks, but was sacked when the club was demoted to the less fashionable Mvela Golden Division One League.
The former Zimbabwe coaches have joined a list of other demoted or fired South African coaches for producing poor results whilst others could insist that they were not given much room to prove their mettle.
Among other coaches, described as the PSL coaches on the wings, are Ted Dumitru, Paul Dolezar, Walter Rautmann, former South African’s Bafana Bafana captain Neil Tovey, who was recently relieved of his duties by South Africa Premiership defending champions, Sundowns.
Other clubless coaches include Trott Moloto, Angel Cappa, Miguel Gammondi and many others. – CAJ news

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