Following his takeoff from Ajax Cape Town (presently Cape Town Spurs), after he barely passed up advancement to the first class toward the finish of last season, Marlin surfaced at Cape Town All Stars in November where he has been filling in as goalkeeper mentor.
With the Mother City outfit having as of late headed out in different directions with their lead trainer Dylan Deane, signs are that club the board are thinking about designating Marlin as the new man in control consistently.
As indicated by sources, South African U17 ladies' goalkeeper mentor Mandla Hlatshwayo is probably going to be designated as Marlin's substitution in preparing the Cape side's guardians.
"Calvin Marlin is set to be delegated as the lead trainer of Cape Town All Stars. With him in control, the club feel that he could assist the group with climbing the log and vie for a spot in the end of the season games as he did with his past group," said the source.
All Stars are tenth on the subsequent level alliance log with just four successes from 15 matches.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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