Nasreddine Nabi Kaizer Chiefs

Nabi could be headed to Naturena soon. Image: iDiski Times

Nasreddine Nabi lays down his demands to Kaizer Chiefs

Nasreddine Nabi and Kaizer Chiefs are still deadlocked in negotiations, and the Tunisian tactician has laid down his technical staff demands.

Nasreddine Nabi Kaizer Chiefs

Nabi could be headed to Naturena soon. Image: iDiski Times

According to the latest reports, Tunisian tactician Nasreddine Nabi has made it clear to Kaizer Chiefs what his demands are before he accepts the head coach role.

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Nabi to bring his technical staff to Naturena?

According to a report on iDiski Times, Nabi is insistent on having his own technical team, an assistant coach, a goalkeeper coach and a strength and conditioning coach at Kaizer Chiefs. Meanwhile, a local assistant could be discussed in order to familiarise himself with the playing staff and the league. Chiefs are reportedly willing to offer him two of the three positions within his technical team, while the idea of retaining Dillon Sheppard has also been discussed.

“Nabi feels they are close to reaching an agreement, but there’s one or two things that need to be ironed out,” a source close to the coach confirmed to iDiski Times in the same report. As things stand, the two parties are still deadlocked in negotiations. Nabi is currently in Tanzania as negotiations with the Amakhosi top brass proceed.

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We’ll be on top of any developments as they happen right here.

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