Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club head coach Rhulani Mokwena is pushing for former Orlando Pirates Football Club coach.
Mokwena is pushing for his former assistant coach at Orlando Pirates Football Club to be promoted.
The 36-year-old tactician continues to battle with the club to allow him to have a technical team of his choosing going into the new season.
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But the club insists on having the final say in the choosing of the technical team.
Leading to Mokwena dragging his feet in signing a new deal with the club.
He later signed a four-year deal with the club, tying himself to the club until June 2027.
Despite signing the new deal, Mokwena continues to push for the club’s set-piece coach, Michael Loftman, to be promoted.
The pair worked together during their time at Pirates.
Mokwena is the reason why he was brought in at Sundowns back in February.
Sundowns’ head coach is reported to be unhappy with his current technical setup, and he prefers to change it.
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The current technical team setup see Manqoba Mnqgithi, Steve Komphela, and Wendell Robinson continue with their roles.
Mnqgithi and Komphela as senior coaches and Robinson as goalkeeper coach, respectively.
Meanwhile, the veteran goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene is the club’s new assistant goalkeeper coach.