DStv Premiership side TS Galaxy have allegedly selected another lead trainer AND marked another safeguard!
As indicated by the Soccer Laduma site, Bosnian mentor Mensur Dogan has been gotten to help recently designated lead trainer Sead Ramovic.
Ramovic, a 42-year-old German, was given the work soon after the club terminated past mentor Owen Da Gama.
Dogan, 50, is said to have written a three-year contract with the Rockets and will likewise take up the job of Director of Football.
In the mean time, Dogan is joined at the club by Paraguayan left-back Carlos Filipetto.
Filipetto, 23, has purportedly been preparing with the club for the past fortnight and clearly intrigued adequately to procure himself a long-term visit.
TS Galaxy are looking out for a work license for the South American full-back before formally reporting the arrangement.
This season has been a battle for TS Galaxy who end up absolute bottom of the DStv Premiership standings after six matches with only two focuses because of two draws (and four losses) until now.
They will next be in real life after the forthcoming FIFA global window when they take on AmaZulu at home on Tuesday, 19 October at 17:30.
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