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Coaches Should Learn From Sono

“I have been in football since I was 15-years-old, and even then people have tried to topple me, but I’m still here today.”

Those are the words of the legendary Jomo Sono, who is still doing his part in South African football as a coach.

He also said that the chopping and changing of coaches in the local game won’t help and that is has become a merry-go-round.

Is it fair to say that continuity in coaching is dead in Mzansi?

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