A former PSL coach is keen on returning to South Africa, following his impressive work overseas.
Ernest Mabouka, who worked as the goalkeeper coach for Mpumalanga Black Aces, is keen on coming back to Mzansi.
The Cameroonian is currently with Sur Sports Club in Oman, where he has done well. speaking to the Siya crew, Mabouka confirmed his interest in returning to Mzansi, possibly for a PSL team.
“I am with Sur Club now. We are a First Division team. We won the league and we are in the play-offs now. We won our first game (of the play-offs). This weekend we are playing in the quarter-finals. We are playing against Al-Shabab Club on Friday,” said Mabouka.
In their last 12 games, Mabouka’s team managed a total of 10 clean sheets – eight in the league and two in the cup. The team had seven wins, four draws and one loss from those games.
“I do want to come back in the PSL. I would like to work with one of the top teams in the PSL,” concluded the coach.
Ajax Cape Town’s assistant coach Calvin Marlin, as well as the current Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, Jackson Mabokgwane, are some of the people Mabouka worked with during his days at Aces’ goalkeeping department.