In what could be his next role, former Free State Stars coach Milton Dlamini is linked with a club in Cape Town.
Dlamini is currently unattached after he recenly parted ways with KwaZulu-Natal GladAfrica Championship club Royal Eagles.
The coach resigned from his role at the KZN outfit due to alleged unpaid salaries. As reported in edition 1178 of Soccer Laduma, Dlamini is now being linked with a role at Steenberg United.
“Steenberg is interested in Milton Dlamini to be the team’s head coach. The coach is currently unattached after parting ways with Royal Eagles,” said the source.
Dlamini’s representative, Gerald Baloyi, confirmed interest in the mentor from the Cape side, though he would not go into detail.
Former professional footballer Theo Hempe has been the coach of the Mother City outfit, following the departure of Mike Lukhubeni, who left in February to join Real Kings.