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Former Yanga SC coach Nasreddine Nabi. Image: YangaSC/ Twitter.

Breaking: Chiefs to appoint coach Nasreddine Nabi?

Just who is going to coach Kaizer Chiefs next season? New reports say Amakhosi are reportedly interested in Yanga SC’s coach.

Chiefs coach Yanga SC Nabi Ntseki

Former Yanga SC coach Nasreddine Nabi. Image: YangaSC/ Twitter.

It’s June and nobody really knows who will be on Kaizer Chiefs’ bench in August. Could it be Nasreddine Nabi?

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According to SABC Sports’ Mazola Molefe, Amakhosi have made enquiries on Yanga SC’s Tunisian coach Nasreddine Nabi.

“Kaizer Chiefs are understood to have made an enquiry over possible talks with Young Africans coach Nasreddine Nabi.
Sources in both South Africa and Tanzania have informed SABC Sport that Nabi is being considered for the Glamour Boys job,” the report said.

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“The position is not vacant, however, with Arthur Zwane still in charge of the Soweto giants, although support from the hierarchy is believed to be wavering following a disappointing first season,” the report added.

Arthur Zwane, coach of Kaizer Chiefs. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
Zwane remains facing an uncertain future. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix


Staying with Chiefs, Thatayaone Ditlhokwe is having a special holiday at home in Gulubane. The 24-year-old will be starting a career at Kaizer Chiefs in July.

As The South African previously reported in recent months, Amakhosi scooped the Botswana international on a pre-contract. The 24-year-old will join the Soweto giants after 87 appearances in the Premier Soccer League with Matsatsantsa a Pitori.

Having played with the new Chiefs star at Matsatantsa this season, Hlatshwayo has something to say to Ditlhokwe.

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“I told him [Thatoyaone Ditlhokwe] that he reminds me of my partnership with Buhle Mkhwanazi at Bidvest Wits,” Hlatshwayo said via FARPost.

“When you look at that partnership, it was the core of the team, from defence, midfielders until the strikers.

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“So he also has resemblance of me when I was still a youngster. I was also shy and not wanting to talk to the media, just doing his job quietly.

“He’s strong boy, he is the captain of Botswana. I’m not saying he should stay at SuperSport but he needs to be the legend of Botswana.

“When I first heard of his move to Chiefs, I told him to give SuperSport his all in these last games because they brought him to the country.

“I told him that there’s lot of things that are gonna come his away because I’ve been there and done that.

“So for him is just to stay humble. They’ll want you to change their fortunes and keep cleansheets,” the former Orlando Pirates defender concluded.

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