Serbian Coach Interested In SA Move
Overseas Coach Keen On Mzansi Job
South African football continues to attract the interest of coaches from overseas, with Serbian mentor Zlatko Krmpotic having become the latest coach to show serious interest in joining a club in Mzansi.
Krmpotic is open to taking charge of a bench in either the PSL or the NFD. He is currently the head coach at Zesco United in the Zambian Premier League.
Free State Stars has become the first PSL club to make coaching changes after they replaced Sammy Troughton with Belgian coach, Luc Eymael this week.
As reported in the latest Soccer Laduma, edition 1037, Krmpotic who is a former TP Mazembe coach, is keen to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Milutin Sredojevic and Peter Butler in joining a club in Mzansi.
Krmpotic’s local-based representative, Tebogo Modise, confirmed the coach’s interest in a coaching job in Mzansi.
“My client Zlatko Krmpotic is the current coach of Zesco United in Zambia. He was formerly with TP Mazembe (as an assistant under head coach Patrice Carteron), who won the CAF Champions League. He will be in South Africa on the 23rd of August to have a meeting with one of the teams, which I can’t mention at the moment. My client is open to any offers from the PSL or NFD,” said Modise.