Former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana coach Shaun Bartlett have been appointed by Cape Town Spurs FC to be the head coach and he will resume his coaching role as soon as possible. The PSL club aims for the former Golden Arrows mentor to guide them to victory and lead them to winning days. Cape Town Spurs FC has been struggling to gain promotion for a while now and the club thinks they have their man. Image credit: Twitter
Shaun Bartlett took Golden Arrows FC back to the DStv Premiership after they were relegated a season before and he has contributed a lot to the development of youth in South Africa. He was recently fired at TS Galaxy FC after a string of poor performances from his side. He left the Mpumalanga side in last place and it was only fair for previous club owner Tim Sukazi to relieve him from his coaching role. Image credit: Facebook
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