A club of Pirates' extent will eventually be decided on whether they figure out how to get their hands on some flatware.
The Soweto goliaths have just had a sample of progress once in eight years as they secured the 2020 MTN prize and last lifted the association title 10 years prior. Bucs verged on bringing the CAF Confederation Cup home yet as of late endured rout in the last against RS Berkane.
Following Pirates' 4-1 win over Maritzburg United on Tuesday, Ncikazi was inquired as to whether he believes he, alongside Fadlu Davids, have done what's needed to warrant one more season in control at the club; he said: "That is a decent inquiry, however you are asking some unacceptable individual.
"At times you will win the association, be on top of the game, and lose your employment, and some of the time you will be base; you see mentors with the group lower part of the association they will go with the group. It isn't my choice," he added.
As detailed in the current week's Soccer Laduma, release 1275, signs are that the Bucs the executives is thinking about recruiting another mentor.
Also, word arriving at the Siya group is that Pirates have been making requests about accessible strategists in Germany and France.
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