Micho’s departure was a big blow, said Chabalala

A Pirates football legend Chabalala blames the departure of Serbian coach Micho from Orlando Pirates for the current situation at the team. Until his departure from the team, they have some fine results. Now they were struggling with consistent results.

They have a squad for better PSL results. Maybe they have a feeling that the departure of Micho didn’t affect them. For sure it did. Their head coach has a hard job to bring the motivation back to his team.

For Chabalala, players need to get their confidence back

At the weekend the Buccaneers lost against Bidvest Wits in the Absa Premiership match. If we ask former Pirates defender Tonic Chabalala their head coach will have a hard job to lift the confidence of the squad. Their confidence is down. Maybe they don’t have a feeling that all this affects them. But it does, more then players think.

For Chabalala, Michos’ departure was a big blow. If we look in the last two seasons, they have great results. You can see the progress in the team. With him, on the trainer position, they were on the right track to win something in this season. Everyone had big expectations.


Fans were patient with them. Chabalala said that they were seeing that they were playing good football. When Micho leaves the position of the head coach, fans lose all their hopes. For fans, there is no excuse right now. They want to see some trophy in their hands.

It’s not a problem in Rhulani. He is just in the right place at the wrong time. All pressure is on for him. Yes, he was a part of the technical team all along. But it’s wrong timing for him to be a head coach.

Chabalala is worried that Rhulani will have a hard job to bring confidence to the team. Every team needs to have confidence in every game. With two draws, one win in competitions. That is not a good record. Fans want to see the best from their teams. Right now they don’t see that.

Maybe they will manage to get back on the winning line. Or they will make some changes in the coaching position. It’s hard to say. But you can find all the information on Soccer10.