The new addition to Chiefs has been hailed as "one of the best" in South Africa.
Muzi Maluleke, the newly hired strength and conditioning coach for the Kaizer Chiefs, is widely regarded as one of the most accomplished individuals in South Africa.
Maluleke, who has a Master's Degree in Sports Science from the University of Pretoria, was one of the most important players in their incredible 2021/22 campaign, in which they came in second place in the GladAfrica Championship and were semi-finalists in the Nedbank Cup. Maluleke has a Master's Degree in Sports Science from the University of Pretoria.
Maluleke, who had previously worked within the development ranks and the Varsity Football team, earned the first-team call-up with calls for changes to the fitness regime needing a 'high level of strength and endurance.' This is because AmaTuks is known for playing a robust and direct style of football. Maluleke earned this call-up by answering calls for changes to the fitness regime.
And their noticeable improvements on the field of play were clear with almost 90 percent of the injuries attributable to 'contact,' which is another proof of his superb job in conditioning the group when they were competing in their arduous campaign.
According to the head coach of the Tuks, Tlisane Motaung, who spoke with iDiski Times, "It was great effort done by that man." "He is well educated in the subject of sports science, in addition to being quite knowledgeable about his work,"
Following this development, Maluleke has been acquired by the Chiefs in preparation for the 2022–2023 season, and his previous club has given him permission to go for pastures more fertile.
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