A new head coach role has been landed by a former Orlando Pirates midfielder, who continues to make progress in his coaching career.
Following a playing career that took him to Free State Stars and Orlando Pirates in Mzansi’s topflight, Mofedi retired from professional football in 2011.
His coaching career started at Tshiame All Stars in the SAB League in 2016. The ex-central midfielder has been appointed as the head coach of Kurara Kicks in ABC Motsepe League in the Northern Cape.
The club’s PRO Paseka Tlhapi excitedly told the Siya crew about the appointment of the 41-year-old coach.
“Look, we had planned for it to happen a long time ago. Hleza was supposed to come to Kurara Kicks long time ago. We are a team based in Kuruman in the Northern Cape. But due to some financial constraints we experienced, as you know that the stream (league) we are campaigning in – the ABC Motsepe isn’t big, that didn’t happen,” confirmed Tlhapi.
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“We have brought Hleza to help the club and assist the club to move away from the position that we are currently in now (bottom of the log). We would like him to assist in developing players not only at Kurara Kicks but to help in the development of soccer in Kuruma,” he concluded.