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Former TS Galaxy coach warns new Kaizer Chiefs head coach

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Dan Malesela has warned new Kaizer Chiefs coach Nasreddine Nabi about the realities of working with big clubs in South Africa.

Nabi joined Chiefs after parting ways with AS FAR Rabat in Morocco where they finished the season as run-ups to Jose Zinnbauer Raja Casablanca to Botolo Premier League, and lost in the cup final to the same team in the concluded season of 2023/2024.

Chiefs welcomed their coach on their X page, known as Twitter in Turkey and eventually introduced him to the players at the training camp. ‘We are delighted to welcome coach Nasreddine Nabi to the Kaizer Chiefs family. We are happy to have you with us coach.’

Nabi joined the club in Turkey where they are preparing for new season, Nabi and his technical team consist of Assistant coach Fernando da Cruz, goal-keeper coach Ilyes Mzoughi and fitness coach Majdi Safi will be hoping to hit the ground running.

Dan Malesela feels Nabi and his technical team they need someone who is familiar with South African Football as well as the inner workings of club.

Malesela said ” How he is going to adjust without any local influence and without anybody guiding and helping as to what the culture of Kaizer Chiefs is?, I’m not saying the man will fail or anything and I’m not setting him up for failure but I’m just saying things that he should be prepared for.”

Malesela also highlighted the impact of the Amakhosi supporters who are known for their bad behavior once the results are not coming on their way and their tendency of attacking their head coach.

Malesela said ”….. How patient are people going to be with him, you know because if you don’t go to Kaizer Chiefs to trail, you go to Kaizer Chiefs to win you know, appease people one trophy there build a team, build, build, build, you know.”

Chiefs confirmed on their tweeter account that they will hast one of the best team in Africa Yanga from Tanzania in Bloemfontein ‘ We are hosting Yanga in South Africa at the city of Roses, Bloemfontein this time for the Toyota Cup on Sunday 28 July 2024 at the Toyota SA Stadium and Kick off is at 3pm. See you there! Let’s welcome Yanga with Love& Peace!

The match on 28 July in Bloemfontein will also present the legend of Kaizer Chiefs and Bloemfontein Celtic showing their talent/ skills before the main event take place. In their announcement on Monday, club stated that one lucky fan will leave the stadium with a brand-new Toyota Corolla Cross XI CVT worth over R400 000. To find out more about the competition visit the club website on the Kaizer Chiefs.


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