Kaizer Chiefs got a new member in their technical staff. They have shown a strong intent by roping in the new member as they want to continue their lead for this season.
Amakhosi established the list of services from a new performance analyst in Sinesipho Mali to strengthen the current coach Ernst Middendorp’s current technical team. Sinesipho Mali was previously employed in a similar role at Chippa United under Dan Malesela. He is currently still a part of the David Notoane’s technical team at the national under 23 sides.
Mali was born in the Eastern Cape, King Williams Town and was previously in a similar position in Chippa Utd under Dan ‘Dance’ Malesela’s reign. The technical team of David Notoane he is still a part of, beat Zimbabwe in their recent Africa U-23 Cup of Nations qualifier earlier this month.
Now, he will join Mark Davy, who was the head performance and video analyst for the club with the first team since November in 2013 which was under coach Stuart Baxter. Next time Kaizer Chiefs are travelling to Durban to face AmaZulu next week Tuesday. In the meantime, AmaZulu welcomed a new coach Jozef Vukusic. You can read about the latest occurrences from Kaizer Chiefs on Soccer 10.
Chippa United parts ways with Mali to Kaizer Chiefs
Sinesipho Mali is not the only team member who parted ways with Chippa United. Joel Masutha left the Chippa as well. In his place, they welcomed Clinton Larsen as the new head coach. Fans can expect a lot of changes to take place because of these shifts.
Mali confirmed for the press that he made the decision, making an agreement with the club to part his way. “I have decided to leave the club. Actually, I have… how do they call it (laughing)? We have mutually agreed to part ways,” Mali said in the statement.
Chippa United’s captain Mark Mayambela recently recalled all the contribution Mali brought to the team. Before their match against Orlando Pirates, the captain bragged about good performance of Sinesipho Mali who provided them with all crucial pieces of information. Follow PSL results to know how are they doing after these changes.