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PSL Coach Exits Club With Three Other Clubs Reportedly Interested In His Services

Former Ts Sporting FC's coach Kabelo Sibiya is currently available after leaving the club, and three other clubs in the PSL are reportedly interested in his services.

Kabelo Sibiya is currently available for any club who is interested in his services after he parted ways with his former club Ts Sporting FC who play their professional football (soccer) in the GladAfrica Championship which is the National First Division in the Premier Soccer League.

Although he is available for any club who needs a coach, it is reportedly said that three PSL clubs are interested in his services. All three clubs who is reportedly interested is from the same league as Ts Sporting FC which is the GladAfrica Championship.

The three clubs were identified as Pretoria Callies, Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila and Richards Bay FC. Sporting did not have a bad run last season and this serve as proof that Kabelo Sibiya is a great coach with great potential to make a positive difference at any club.

Kabelo Sibiya unfortunately did not lead Sporting out of the GladAfrica Championship which every team wish for when they sign a new coach, but who knows he might just pull it off with a different club in the GladAfrica Championship.

Kabelo Sibiya's representative, Pontcho Modimo from Cream Sport Management confirmed that the coach is available and also indicated that the three clubs is interested in signing the coach. This comes at a bad time as the season already kicked off, and there will be a new start at a club for the coach if he finds a club, but won't start a new season as he will have to wait for next season for a fresh new start in full management.

Why Kabelo Sibiya left has not been revealed by his representative at this stage but PSL clubs should take note that he is available for appointment.

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PSL Pontcho Modimo Richards Sporting Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila


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