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Former Kaizer Chiefs star has secured an exciting head coach role

According to KickOff.com, Bafana legend Shaun Bartlett on Monday tied down an astonishing re-visitation of the executives as lead trainer of Cape Town Spurs, the club declared. 

Bartlett has tied down a re-visitation of Cape Town after as of late leaving his job at DStv Premiership side TS Galaxy as an associate mentor following the firing of Owen de Gama.

"Cape Town Spurs is delighted to confirm the appointment of Shaun Bartlett as our new head coach," a club statement said to KickOff.com.

According to KickOff.com, Bartlett, 48, showed up at Ikamva on Monday and will be on the touchline for our match away to AmaTuks in the 2021/22 GladAfrica Championship on Wednesday. 

According to KickOff.com, Bartlett recently played for Spurs in the mid 1990s and returned for a fruitful credit spell in 1997. This would set the establishment for a sparkling vocation which likewise took him to the United States of America, Switzerland and England, where he eminently secured himself as a commonly recognized name at Charlton Athletic. 

The previous Bafana global, who was essential for the South African side that won the 1996 Africa Cup of Nations, wandered into training subsequent to hanging up his playing boots in 2009. 

According to KickOff.com, Bartlett delighted in prompt accomplishment as a lead trainer by directing Golden Arrows to National First Division (presently GladAfrica Championship) wonder in 2015, preceding assuming control over the reins at AmaTuks. His time at the University of Pretoria was trailed by aide instructing jobs at Kaizer Chiefs, Bafana and most as of late TS Galaxy.

"I am excited about the appointment, it caught me by surprise having only left my previous employer not too long ago," Bartlett told KickOff.com “But I am very happy to be back in Cape Town and the prospect of working with the players and seeing how far we can push it to get back to the elite level where I believe the club belongs.

“There is good enough quality at the club to get the club higher up on the table, firstly and secondly, no player or club becomes bad overnight. When you hit a stumbling block it is about having the mental strength and psychological capabilities to get out of it and that is what the players need to realise,” Bartlett added. “We are not always going to win every game, we just need to know how to bounce back and that is what we will be working on.- he said to KickOff.com.



The new Urban Warriors boss continued to KickOff.com: “I think the players also realise that they have been employed by the club to do a certain job and everybody will understand that, that job means giving 100% the minute you come through the gates, whether it be for training or on matchday. That is the mentality and mindset that we will have for the rest of the season, starting with the next game.”

According to KickOff.com, The previous Bafana forward is eager to be working with Bevan Fransman again, and underlined the significance of finding some kind of harmony among youth and experience. Fransman, club commander at Ikamva, worked with Bartlett during his time at TS Galaxy.

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