The Siya crew has it on good authority that Gavin Hunt has been spotted coaching again just days after parting ways with Kaizer Chiefs.
Sources have indicated that Hunt has returned to his hometown, Cape Town.
Residents of the community have alerted the crew that Hunt has been spotted coaching the Hellenic's youth women's team in a bid to plough back into the community.
The crew has been reliably informed that Hunt shares a healthy relationship with Hellenic CEO Mark Byrne, son of coaching legend Budgie Byrne.
The 56-year-old will have a busy off-season after SuperSport announced that Hunt will form part of their panel of experts to cover Euro 2020, alongside the likes of Yaya Toure and Dylan Kerr.
Hunt was relieved of his duties as Chiefs head coach following a run of disappointing results with the Glamour Boys and as reported by the Siya crew, Stuart Baxter is likely to take over in what is expected to be his second stint at Naturena.
It is unlikely that Hunt will be without any suitors for his next job, given his vast experience and impressive coaching CV and it now remains to be seen what the next step will be in his coaching career.