Soweto Giants Orlando Pirates may have found a fitting coach for their side. According to reports, Pirates are eyeing Papi Zothwane and are said to be earmarking "Ginger" for their Multichoice Diski Challenge team.
Former Golden Arrows and Mamelodi Sundowns star Papi Zothwane has attracted Orlando Pirates’ interest. Zothwane is currently the coach at Uthongathi FC where he has been doing very well.
Pirates are now said to be eyeing him for their Multichoice Diski Challenge team.
“They have been monitoring his progress as a coach and are very impressed with how well he has done so far. They have also researched his coaching style and found that it is in line with the club’s philosophy,” said a source. There has been official word from the club.
Meanwhile the main club is still in search of a coach after the resignation of former mentor Joseph Zinnbaeur at the start of the season. Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids have been at the help since August.
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