David Mathebula, a former midfielder for the Kaizer Chiefs, has rejoined the club many years after his playing career ended. The former player will now lead the Kaizer Chiefs' youth development structure in his new role as coach. He will lead the club's Under 19 team in his new role as head coach.
The Diski Challenge team is made up of players from the under 19 side. Mathebula's job description calls for him to collaborate with other Academy coaches working within the club's structures. These coaches include Jimmy Jambo and Tshidiso Letsholonyane. In addition to that, he will serve as an assistant coach for the reserve team and will collaborate closely with Vela Khumalo.
They will have high hopes that the retired player will impart some of his vast expertise and experience to the younger players. Because he is already familiar with the club's culture, adjusting to it won't be nearly as challenging for him. It has been made quite apparent by Coach Arthur that the majority of the club's youth players will participate in overtime. He stressed the fact that accomplishing this would be their long term goal.
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