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SAFA Update Race Between Queiroz, Renard and Broos For Bafana Hot Seat

The SA Football Association (Safa) will at long last name the Bafana mentor on Saturday, with the 2022 Qatar Fifa World Cup qualifiers approaching. 


Safa's specialized panel has given its proposals for the empty post to the public chief advisory group (NEC), which has begun converses with the ones who have made the waitlist. 


As per sources, Frenchman Herve Renard, Portuguese public Carlos Queiroz and Belgian Hugo Broos are the men shortlisted, and Safa has begun chats with them. 


The specialized panel has been occupied throughout the previous fourteen days subsequent to getting in excess of 200 applications since Molefi Ntseki was terminated a month ago in the wake of neglecting to fit the bill for the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon one year from now. 


Seat of the advisory group Jack Maluleka alluded Sowetan to Safa representative Dominic Chimhavi, who affirmed that Bafana would have a mentor on Saturday yet didn't disclose the names of the shortlisted men. 


"What happened is that the specialized panel sent the shortlisted men to Safa and they will ponder on who is the suitable choice on Saturday," Chimhavi told this paper yesterday. 


The specialized board had three gatherings a week ago and inspected the choices accessible and who they felt would be the best competitors. 


During the gatherings names like Pitso Mosimane, Gavin Hunt, Manqoba Mngqithi and Eric Tinkler were talked about. Be that as it may, it appears to be the choice was then taken to go for an unfamiliar mentor who since left - Renard, Queiroz, and Broos being the three shortlisted men. 


Queiroz has instructed Bafana before somewhere in the range of 2000 and 2002 and this makes him a top choice to supplant Ntseki. 


Renard affirmed in the past that he had been drawn nearer for the Bafana work in 2017 however Safa couldn't bear the cost of him at that point. 


The Frenchman is as of now the lead trainer of Saudi Arabia. 


Bafana should have a mentor who will waste no time, with the qualifiers set to start in June. They are in Group G along with Zimbabwe, Ghana and Ethiopia. 


They will begin their qualifiers against Zimbabwe on June 8 preceding facilitating Ghana the next week. 


What's more, time is no longer with them, with about a month and a half now before their first match of the qualifiers.


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