Farouk Khan came to the public's eyes when he was the assistant coach of Kaizer Chiefs between 2001 to 2001 and 2004 to 2005, he was also a Santos head coach between 2003 to 2004.
Farouk is well known for developing young players as he was also a a head coach for Kaizer Chiefs development Academy between 1997 to 2000. He has been the director of coaching Stars Of Africa Football Academy since 2003 and his journey still continues.
See Khan's profile: https://starsofafrica.co.za/executive-commitee/
Here is the list of players who were developed by Farouk Khan
He was loaned to Khan's development structure by Bidvest Wits and he was moulded to a player that caught the attention of Kaizer chiefs while at Bidvest Wits. He played and Captained Kaizer Chiefs between 2011 to 2015. He won four major trophies with the club and scored 7 goals in 100 appearance as a defender. Tefu currently plays for Barberwa FC.
See Mashanaite's profile: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tefu_Mashamaite
Sibeko Met up with Farouk at the Transnet school of excellence, Khan also worked on him while at Kaizer Chiefs development structure until he was promoted to Kazier Chiefs senior team where he spent his entire senior career. He made 187 appearances and scored 10 goals for the club.
See Sibeko's profile: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Sibeko
Jabu (Pule) Mahlangu
Khan worked on Jabu while he was at Kaizer Chiefs development academy. He was promoted to the senior team in 1999 and scored 56 goals in 99 appearances. Pule went on to play overseas before returning to clubs such as Orlando Pirates, Suprsport united and more.
See Mahlangu's profile: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jabu_Mahlangu
Farouk worked with Ralani when he was still under 15 years. Ralani went to spend eight years in Sweden before coming back to join Capetown City.
See the confirmation that Ralani was developed by Khan: https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/local/categories/news/farouk-khan-backs-surprise-ralani-shine-/590905
Dlamini was introduced to Farouk Khan by his graduate, Japu Pule Mahlangu and the boy is now playing for Orlando Pirates.
See the confirmation that Dlamini was developed by Khan: https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/categories/news/premiership/kabelo-dlamini-i-know-what-s-needed-at-orlando-pirates/689477?gallery=678798&gallery-page=2
Luther graduated from the Starts of Africa in 2015 and he joined GAIS in Sweden. He recently joined former Sibusiso Zuma's team, Copenhagen. He currentyly has 3 goals in 9 appearances for South African National team.
See Luther Singh's profile: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luther_Singh
Tokelo grauated from the stars of Africa Academy in 2013 and he has played for team such as Malm FF, Bounermouth, Orlando Pirates and more. He scored 12 goals for Bafana Bafana in 40 appearances.
See Tokelo Rantie's profile: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokelo_Rantie
Mahlangu graduated from the Stars of Africa Academy in 2006. He joined Alexadra United before going to Helsingborgs IF. He currently plays for Ordabasy in Khazakhstan. He scored two goals in 18 appearances for Bafana Bafana.
There is more players who graduated under Farouk Khan and Kazier Chiefs defender, Nhlanhla Kubheka is one of them.
See May Mahlangu's profile: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/May_Mahlangu
I believe that South Africa is not using Farouk enough. His job is highly recognisable and the last time that Kaizer Chiefs produced high profile players was when he was leading their development academy. I think he would be useful for the development of National team players if he could be involved in under 23 structures because young blood is what he deals with.
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