Benni McCarthy back with a new team? In the meantime, take a look at the following.
Benni McCarthy had a great season at AmaZulu football club, leading them to second place in the Dstv Premiership season log table and qualifying them for the CAF Champions League tournament group stages. However, he was fired by the club's management after leading them to the tournament's group stages, and it was a sad moment in his life.
Benni McCarthy, formerly of FC Porto and Orlando Pirates, has reportedly been in talks with SuperSport United about a possible move, but nothing has been confirmed as of yet by either party. Football fans in South Africa have been reacting to the news that Benni McCarthy has been linked to the SuperSport United football club in a variety of ways. Soweto heavyweights, Kaizer Chiefs football club, Orlando Pirates football club, and SuperSport United football club are all interested in hiring Benni McCarthy because he previously managed Cape Town City and won the MTN8 tournament with them.
This comes after he was also linked with the football clubs of Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, but the Soweto Giants have also made no confirmations. What are your thoughts on this scenario? In order to obtain more articles from me, please share our articles with your friends and leave us a comment below. Follow me for more in-depth reporting.
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