Kaizer Chiefs future coach sparks tension with AS FAR Rabat hierarchy

Kaizer Chiefs future coach Nasreddine Nabi winning trophies with Yanga. Image via @YoungAfricans on X

Kaizer Chiefs’ future coach sparks tension with AS FAR hierarchy

Kaizer Chiefs’ future head coach started a bit of unrest within the AS FAR Rabat management. Find out all the details as Chiefs await Nabi.

Kaizer Chiefs future coach sparks tension with AS FAR Rabat hierarchy

Kaizer Chiefs future coach Nasreddine Nabi winning trophies with Yanga. Image via @YoungAfricans on X

Kaizer Chiefs’ future coach has created tension within the AS FAR Rabat hierarchy. Let’s delve into the details of this situation.

AS FAR Rabat’s coach, Nasreddine Nabi, is on the brink of a sensational switch to Kaizer Chiefs. Stirring up controversy amid their recent league title defeat. The Moroccan powerhouse has been left reeling after surrendering its Botola Pro title to Raja Club Athletic. Which was led by former Orlando Pirates manager Josef Zinnbauer.

AS FAR Rabat, led by Nasreddine Nabi, narrowly missed out on defending their league title, losing by just one point to Raja Club Athletic. This marks their first failure to secure consecutive titles since their triumphs in the 1966/67 and 1967/68 seasons.

Kaizer Chiefs’ offer to Nasreddine Nabi

Following AS FAR Rabat’s final game of the season, a 2-0 win over local rivals FUS Rabat, Nasreddine Nabi revealed he had been approached by Kaizer Chiefs for a coaching role at Naturena. The timing of the offer, immediately after losing the league title, has sparked significant controversy within AS FAR Rabat’s management circles.

FAR Rabat’s reaction and Nabi’s impending move

Reports from Kooora indicate that AS FAR Rabat’s management is displeased with Kaizer Chiefs’ future coach Nabi’s announcement. Particularly given their recent league disappointment and the upcoming Moroccan Throne Cup semi-final against Maghreb Fes. Despite efforts by AS FAR Rabat to persuade Nabi to stay for at least the remainder of the cup campaign. It appears inevitable that the 58-year-old coach will soon join Kaizer Chiefs. Assistant coach Fernando Da Cruz is reportedly preparing for Nabi’s imminent arrival. This indicates the seriousness of the negotiations between Nabi and the South African club.

The path ahead for Nasreddine Nabi and Kaizer Chiefs

Although Nasreddine Nabi and Kaizer Chiefs have not yet officially finalized the deal. Sources close to the negotiations suggest that both parties have reached a tentative agreement. If confirmed, Nabi will step into the role as the permanent successor to Molefi Ntseki. He would come with a wealth of experience and tactical acumen to one of South Africa’s most illustrious football clubs.

Stay tuned as this dramatic coaching transfer unfolds. The potential move of Nasreddine Nabi from AS FAR Rabat to Kaizer Chiefs promises to be a pivotal moment in both clubs’ histories. With repercussions likely to resonate across African football