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Former Bucs Star Bags Qualification To Launch New Career

Football is labeled as a short career, however this is entirely dependent on the individual. There are many options that are available within the football bracket, however there's limited space and only a few make it. Many footballers are usually advised to get an education or persue other interests outside of football. We are currently seeing a new wave of former footballers who are gradually crossing over into coaches who are focused on modern football.

This former Orlando Pirates star was a fan favorite during his playing days. He made a name for himself with his skills and flamboyant style of play, however he was also technically gifted. He made it overseas where spent a couple of years before returning to the PSL. He was last on the books of Cape Umoya United and he is yet to announce his retirement, however the writing is on the wall.

Mark Mayambela took to social media to share a picture of his first coaching qualification. The star successfully completed his introductory course on football coaching via an online organization. He was been working closely with his former team Cape Town City to study and get practical experience om the industry.

The star has shown a keen interest in becoming a coach and it is evident through his social media that he is inspired by the likes of Pep Guardiola. He would be a perfect fit for the current shape of the game as it has become tactics obsessed and requires a lot of time and patience.

Mark Mayambela is currently 34 years old and there couldn't be a better time to start working I'm his future. He is clearly passionate about the game and we can see this through his support for his little brother Mihlali. He has been always involved in his career and he definitely has exprience in the game of football. He would make an amazing coach and there's no doubt that he will advise the players to express themselves on the field of play.

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