It is always exciting for the supporters when these two giants battle. Their battle is not only in the field of play, even in the transfer window they sometimes go head to head. Cavin Johnson has parted ways with Al Ahly after serving 11 months as coach Pitso Mosimane's assistant. Cavin Johnson is also an experienced coach, having coached few of Premier Soccer League teams. It has now emerged that Orlando Pirates has overtaken Kaizer Chiefs in the race for Cavin Johnson's service. According to Soccer Laduma, Kaizer Chiefs before it appointed Molefi Ntseki they were looking to bring Cavin Johnson.
It has now been reported that Orlando Pirates has opened talks with the 62-year-old Cavin Johnson. The Buccaneers have been in a difficult situation since former coach Josef Zinnbaeur parted ways with them. It is unclear at the moment if Cavin Johnson is appointed at Orlando Pirates whether he will be an advisory for coach Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids or be the head coach. Which position do you think will suit him at Orlando Pirates? Comment below, share and hit the like button please.
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