The firing and hiring of coaches in the Premier Soccer League is a popular tradition that supported have come to be used to. Coaches, both local and international have now been accustomed to being always on the move. The buying and selling of the PSL status has also become a popular thing, especially in recent years.
Last week, PSL rookies TS Galaxy announced the firing of long-time serving coach Owen Da Gama, the reason given for his sacking was due to lack of good results. The Mpumalanga-based club has already appointed a new coach, this time a foreigner, as opposed to the local coaches they have always preferred.
The Bottom of the log TS Galaxy have moved swiftly to appoint former Wolfsburg goalkeeper Sead Ramović as their new head coach on a three-year deal. The 42-year-old Ramović takes over from Owen Da Gama who was relieved of his duties on Monday after the club’s poor start to the season. Ramović, who is largely unknown to the South African public, played in top European leagues during his career which spanned more than 15 years.
“We are quite delighted to have secured the services of Mr Sead Ramović as the head coach of TS Galaxy Football Club,” said TS Galaxy president Tim Sukazi.
“I’ve known Sead during his playing days, which made his move a seamless transaction. As a young club, we stand to benefit from his experience in top European leagues which includes playing in the German Bundesliga for eight years.
Ramović will be much appreciated by the female soccer fans as he is quite a looker, more than the current crop of coaches who are either on the other side of the age or a bit out of shape.
The club confirmed that assistant coaches Shaun Bartlett and Esau Mtsweni will continue to coach the club until Ramović is granted his South African work permit.
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