Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt call all fake coaches who came in South Africa with a fake CV. Also, he called them the fishermen and plumbers, only to make a point on their quality. After this statement, Steve Komphela shared his thoughts about this situation, but also about their local coaches.
This debate could have a lot of effect on the PSL log table in South Africa. We can see a couple of coaches who spoke about this subject, Ernst Middendorp, and Pitso Mosimane was one of the coaches who had a bit to say on the matter.
What did Steve Komphela say?
The Golden Arrows coach agrees with Hunt, who commended Orlando Pirates for hiring Rhulani Mokwena as their coach before some another foreign tactician.
Also, he said that coaches are tired but still they can’t be tamed. They can’t allow being controlled by circumstances that are just stupid. When Gavin said all this, he agreed with him. There is nothing wrong to give young South African coaches a chance.
There is nothing wrong with that, but still, we need to face the consequences of what we say. He agrees with Hunt, but he stays behind his words. Still, he agrees, but he hasn’t had a right to judge the overseas coaches. But, respect between the two sides is something that should always be there.
Only like that, these two sides can work together. But why he mentions respect? Obviously because of his issue with Black Leopards coach Luc Eymael. It is not the point in foreign coaches, but when someone is fair or unfair then everyone should have a right to say that. If someone is disrespectful, he tells them that they are disrespectful. Like that should be, not only in the sport.
Some of the fans will not agree with coach Steve Komphela, but the other half will. Maybe he isn’t right but still, he is a coach in one great football club. No one can’t say anything about that. When we speak about Golden Arrows, then you should check Supabets fixtures and betting codes. If you decide to bet on this club, this will be a great help. You will get all the information in one place.