AmaZulu mentor Benni McCarthy is the most ideal alternative takeover as Bafana lead trainer, as per a previous Orlando Pirates strategist.
News of Josef Zinnbauer stepping down as Orlando Pirates coach earlier today dominated the headlines. His departure comes as music in the ears of the majority of the club's fans but the question remains: how many coaches has Pirates fired and things remain pretty much the same?
Another new face is set to surface at Orlando Pirates camp in January. Another Pirates youngster has been very impressive in the club's reserve side and he could gain promotion to the first team. The Buccaneers recently promoted their reserve side striker Boitumelo Radiopane following impressive performance last season that earned him the top goalscorer award in the Diski Challenge.
(Source: kickoff.com) Orlando Pirates have launched several players’ careers that went to be household names. It’s always incredible seeing young players being given an opportunity at a massive club like Pirates. The former Head of Development at Pirates, Augusto Palacios has shown a lot of faith towards the recent debutant Simiso Bophela as he felt that he has what it takes to be successful at Mayfair.
Over the years Orlando Pirates, have been accused of not being patient with their coaches. This is seen as one of the reasons for the club lack of success in recent years. Its also been proven that winning trophies for the Soweto giants, does not guaranteed a new contract.
It is always a good experience seeing ex-local players rising up to coaching positons in aims to improve the quality of play locally. There has been a raise in European coaches taking the front seat while our own locals are assistance and caretaker managers. Former Mamelodi Sundown’s and Orlando Pirates man Benson Mhlongo has landed a PSL coaching job has the head coach for struggling Glad Africa side Black Leopards.
Experienced coach Augusto Palacios says the end of the week results have shown that no group ought to be thought little of in the DStv Premiership. The weekend's activity gave a combination of results to the Big Three of Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs with the last experiencing a humiliating 4-1 loss.
Former Orlando Pirates coach Augusto Palacios is in support of the new Bafana coach Hugo Broos and urges South Africans to support the Belgian as he is coming with a new policy.Hugo Broos has managed the Cameroonian national team, playing youngsters and beautiful football, something the South African national team has lacked.
Amazing mentor Augusto Palacios has given an admonition on the side of the recently delegated lead trainer of the South African senior public group.This week, the South African Football Association reported the arrangement of Belgian mentor Hugo Broos as the new Bafana mentor.While numerous in the crew had expected a neighborhood mentor to be designated as Molefi Ntseki's substitution, after the names of Pitso Mosimane and Benni McCarthy, among others were quibbled about, the 69-year-old Belgian got the gesture to lead Bafana rolling forward.
According to KickOff.com, Previous Head of Development at Orlando Pirates, Augusto Palacios is sure that new debutant Simiso Bophela has the right certifications to cut out an effective profession at the club. According to KickOff.com, Bophela made his introduction for the Buccaneers in a goalless draw at Maritzburg United in a DStv Premiership experience at the Harry Gwala Stadium on Wednesday.
Ian Palmer has passed away at the age of 55 due to Covid-19 complications as reported on www.kickoff.com. The former Orlando Pirates striker has coached Black Leopards and Maritzburg United in his coaching career. Augusto Palacios who is a development coach at Orlando Pirates has poured his tributes to his former colleague.
Experienced coach Augusto Palacios says the weekend results have shown that no team should be underestimated in the DStv Premiership. The weekend's action provided a mixture of results for the Big Three of Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs with the latter suffering an embarrassing 4-1 defeat.The only thing I can say is that there are no small teams in football," Palacios tells Kickoff.com.
Augusto Palacios, the former Orlando Pirates technical director and coach, has backed Mandla Ncikazi to succeed Josef Zinnbauer as Soweto giants manager. Zinnbauer resigned as Buccaneers head coach on Monday, following the team's poor start to the 2021/22 season, which included a 2-1 loss to Swallows FC in Soweto on Saturday.
In the short period that Hugo Broos has been in charge of South Africa, Augusto Palacios has been impressed by what he has accomplished. After Sunday's match against Ghana, Belgium is one step closer to helping Bafana Bafana qualify for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. After the game, "I think it was an excellent result," said Palacios of Kickoff.com.
Former Orlando Pirates coach has backed Benni McCarthy for the Bafana Bafana job.The South African national senior squad is currently without a coach, this comes after the sacking of Molefi Ntseki following his failure to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations.
The vacancy of the Bafana Bafana position is the current talk of the town, with each person nominating their own suitable candidate.Benni McCarthy is highly rated in mzansi football, not just as a player but as a tacticianer too.
Previous Bafana mentor Augusto Palacios has been left dazzled with what officeholder Hugo Broos has effectively accomplished in a short space of time. The Belgian is nearly drawing a stage nearer to directing Bafana to capability for the Qatar 2022 World Cup if staying away from rout against Ghana on Sunday.
S imo and Simiso Bophela, twin supermodels at Orlando Pirates, are expected to return to the club after loan spells with recently hired Sekhukhune FC. The twins, who are both 21, came to popularity in the Orlando Pirates development squad before being loaned out to the GladAfrica Championship to gain more experience.
No matter how many upsets there are in the local game, Augusto Palacios explains why there will always be large teams and small teams in the PSL. Commentators and club executives in South Africa have made it a habit to disseminate the myth that there are no more minor teams in the league, especially after those teams win a trophy or defeat one of the big three.
Augusto Palacios, a seasoned coach, believes the weekend results have demonstrated that no team in the DStv Premiership should be overlooked. The Big Three of Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates, and Kaizer Chiefs all had mixed outcomes over the weekend, with the latter suffering a humbling 4-1 defeat.