Previous Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Innocent Mayoyo isn't intrigued by the arrangement of Jose Riveiro and predicts the mentor won't see off his agreement.
The Spaniard was named toward the finish of June, supplanting a co-instructing plan divided among Fadlu Davids and Mandla Ncikazi, who is presently Riveiro's associate mentor.
In any case, with any semblance of Benni McCarthy, Pitso Mosimane, Cavin Johnson and Dan Malesela without occupations, Mayoyo figures the Soweto monsters ought to have named a nearby mentor all things considered.
Mayoyo seems to have shown little confidence in Riveiro, who he feels could require a ton of time to conform to South African football as he is in his most memorable work in Africa.
"You should not fail to remember the players we have today, their demeanor smells, our young men are not prepared to be pushed," Mayoyo told KickOff.
"You push them too hard you lose the changing area. He will be sacked once he gets us into position 12 on the log table, and that is where we will acknowledge we are going no place.
"Regardless of whether he can be from Spain actually it will require investment. Before the players become accustomed to his strategies, he should initially get familiar with the Pirates culture, players, climate, contest... Since actually he doesn't know anything about this association.
"Anything he will acquaint will be a new thing with the players. We were anticipating that the occupation should be given to any semblance of Benni McCarthy, Pitso Mosimane or Dan Malesela.
"Be that as it may, presently Riveiro will bring his own personality which will make the club discouraged, then, at that point, he will be sacked, one more outsider will come in, then, at that point, the cycle will continue rehashing the same thing until we begin putting stock in ourselves.
"Right now to him all that it's a shut book at this moment. We are as yet going to change mentors I'm telling you, chances of him completing his agreement at Pirates are exceptionally thin."
The Spaniard showed up at Pirates from Finnish side FC Inter Turku.
He has previously begun his new position, taking the initial group through their speeds in anticipation of next season.
"We ought to have prepped our own, take Malesela to instructing courses, when we fit the bill for Africa he is prepared," added Mayoyo.
"The issue in South Africa is we think a training capability is more noteworthy than instructing capacity.
"Riveiro it will take him no less than two years to win a cup for Pirates, and that is a lot for a club like Pirates where there is no opportunity to fabricate.
"What are you working in an all around laid out domain? So he won't win anything this season. We ought to be allowing that opportunity to our own kin."
Riveiro has always lost a prize in his training career.
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