Mpumalanga Black Aces have announced that they will host the coaching team from the Manchester City School of Football.
According to the club's official website, this is part of the successful coaching programme between the two clubs that was initiated in 2013.
"We are delighted how our relationship with Black Aces is progressing. This visit concludes year one of our three-year agreement with Black Aces," Said City Head of School of Football, Gavin Rhodes.
"Furthermore, we are looking to cement our relationship by continuing our player and coach development programme with the club for years to come," added Rhodes.
Meanwhile, Aces co-chairman and CEO, Mario Morfou, said AmaZayoni are happy to host the City youth coaches.
"I am thrilled that we have this amazing opportunity to help develop young South African players. Through this programme we are hoping to nurture and give our players the skills to become world-class players that will one day play overseas," said Morfou.
"And we hope to see this partnership with Manchester City School of Football grow from strength to strength in years to come and it would be my dream to see a youngster developed through this initiative play for Manchester City in the near future," concluded Morfou.
Aces will take on Orlando Pirates at Orlando Stadium on Wednesday night.