Benni McCarthy is a man on the moon considering how things are currently going for him.He has managed to steer AmaZulu to 2nd position on the Dstv Premiership log and he recently secured an endorsement that is surely lucrative for him.Altough his days as a player are long gone, he still has more deals that many active players and is a respected not only in the football community but the entire world.
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South African well-known retired football player who is now one of the biggest coaches in the country Benni McCarthy, has been at his best level since being introduced to the coaching industry.The former Orlando Pirates and Ajax Amsterdam striker is currently working for the Durban based side Amazulu Football Club as a coach.
The head coach of Amazulu FC Benni McCarthy has revealed his ambitions for the future.Benni is among of coaches who have been linked with the vacant Bafana Bafana job after the sacking of Molefi Ntseki.Benni is currently experiencing his best time in the Premiere Soccer league after taking Amazulu from outside of the top 8 straight to the second spot in the DStv premiership log table.
The current Amazulu head coach Benedict ''Benni'' McCarthy has been heavily linked with the prosperous Bafana Bafana vacant job, after the South African Football Association(SAFA) technical commitee opted against keeping Molefi Ntseki for the next Bafana games which are the 2022 Fifa World cup qualifiers as reported on www.kickoff.com.
AmaZulu mentor Benni McCarthy is content with the way new marking Thabo Qalinge is getting comfortable with the Durban outfit.Qalinge finished paperwork for Usuthu as of late and was immediately tossed into thick of things against Black Leopards, while he got the triumphant objective against Stellenbosch on Friday evening.
The former Kaizer Chiefs left back Tsepo Masilela is still waiting to receive a new offer from Usuthu and it seems that the future of the veteran remains undecided.Kickoff reported that the Veteran defender's contract with Amazulu is unlikely to be renewed beyond this season.Masilela's management team has already started planning for next season, with a move to GladAfrican championship side Sekhukhune United on the cards.