Belgian coach Jean Luscuito has secured a new job in the National First Division.
Luscuito recently parted ways with Black Leopards, as reported on the Soccer Laduma website last week. The former Nigeria senior national team assistant coach has been appointed as the new head coach at Richards Bay FC.
The KwaZulu-Natal outfit has been without a head coach since parting ways with Roger Sikhakhane last month. Sello Ntuli has been in charge of the team temporarily.
With Richards Bay at the bottom half of the log and threatened with relegation, Luscuito has been appointed to try and change the fortunes of the side. The team is 15th on the NFD log standings with only one win from 10 games.
Staying with news from the NFD, Mthatha Bucks have temporarily put Mondli Funani in charge of the team. Funani is assisted by former club captain Sibusiso Mapompo. Bucks are currently in search of a permanent head coach to replace Ian Palmer, who parted ways with the club last week.