He’s just secured a spot in the upcoming Nedbank Cup semi-finals, but one of the final four coaches in the tournament is being targeted by a club outside South Africa’s shores.
According to Siya sources, Lehlohonolo Seema, of Bloemfontein Celtic, has found himself on a list of potential targets for Botswana giants, Township Rollers, who see him as a possible replacement for Scotsman, Frank Nuttall, if his stay isn’t extended once the current season comes to an end.
While Seema is believed to be happy at Celtic – they’re currently ninth in the Absa Premiership table – Rollers are thought to have engaged his representatives to see if a deal may well be possible at some point in the future.
Both the Botswana Premier League and Absa Premiership are currently suspended due to the Coronavirus outbreak that is currently causing havoc around the world, and it is thought that Seema – COVID-19 or not, is focused on making sure things continue to go smoothly in the Free State.
Celtic have been drawn against Baroka in the semi-final of the Nedbank, as they aim for the final for the first time since winning the Mainstay Cup back in 1985.