Komphela, Chiefs’ 4th Longest Serving Coach In PSL Era - Could Surpass Baxter
Steve Komphela Could Become Chiefs' Second Longest-Serving Coach
Only three men have spent more time in the Kaizer Chiefs hot seat than Steve Komphela in the PSL era…
In the modern era of football, it is very rare for teams to afford their coaches very much time to guide the club and Komphela has been afforded 785 days to make his mark on the team, which currently stands as the fourth longest tenure in the Chiefs dugout since the PSL’s formation in 1996.
Click through the images above to see who Chiefs’ top four longest serving coaches are in the PSL era.
Komphela’s time in office has only been surpassed by:
Vladimir Vermezovic (2009-2012, 1060 days), Stuart Baxter (2012-2015, 1066 days), and Muhsin Ertugral, in his first stint at the club, (1999 – 2003, 1447 days).
Furthermore, if Komphela sees out his existing contract, which is only set to expire on 30 June 2018, he may become the club’s second longest serving coach since 1996, spending a possible 1093 days at the club.
Do you think that Steve Komphela will become Chiefs’ second longest serving coach in the PSL era?