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It's clear that this former kaizer chiefs striker didn't settle for less. And he thought of growing his responsibilities on the football industry. This doesn't happen more often yes many coaches were once players but in most times they start coaching at an old age than expected.
Sitayitayi has called time on his playing profession to zero in on training in the wake of being selected as the new overseer mentor of second division side Pretoria Callies.
"Sitayitayi, who showed up against Jomo Cosmos at Tsakani Stadium on October 03 2021, will currently seek after a profession in training inside the club.
"He is right now holding the post as guardian mentor following the new renunciation of Joel Masutha."
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Subsequent to getting through the positions at Naturena, Sitayitayi proceeded to play for any semblance of Moroka Swallows, Santos, Thanda Royal Zulu and Highlands Park, prior to joining Callies in 2019.
"Zukish [as he is known] is one of the players that assumed an imperative part for us when we partook in the end of the season games," club administrator Moses Malada added.
"His unrivaled discipline makes him who he is today. He is a particularly proficient and different players will do well to copy him.
"As the club the board, we will uphold him as far as possible. We approach the players and the allies the same to do similarly."
Hoping that he will be able to handle the team as well as cooperating with the players of the team. Because only that will bring positive results to his new work.
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