Former Black Leopards and Maritzburg United coach Mlungisi Ngubane has explained why Premier Soccer League team no longer want to hire him.
Ngubane reveals that coaches don't always have the freedom to do what they want under certain club bosses.
"I was a team manager on another PSL club and it was not a well-organised team and I don't work under such conditions, I might not have money but I'm not desperate, I want to do something that makes me happy and where I'm respected," Ngubane told the media in Durban.
"Most PSL bosses want to control coaches, they don't give them freedom and unfortunately I can't work like that, you can't interfere on my work and expect me to succeed and they know, that's why they no longer hire me."
The former attacker has now turned his focus to development around Durban with his own academy.
"I'm staying at home dealing with youngsters, the Prof football academy where I get boys from age of 11 to 17, soon they will go trials in Spain," he added.
"I just hope KZN teams can also look to such academies in our Province, give more to our youngsters."
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