Who Is Chiefs’ New Technical Advisor?
Kaizer Chiefs Introduce Their New Technical Advisor
As reported, earlier today (Tuesday), Kaizer Chiefs announced a new technical advisor to Steve Komphela’s team.
As confirmed by the club, Robertus ‘Rob’ Hutting has been handed the role of technical advisor at the club.
While little is known about the man before his appointment at Chiefs, the Soweto giants have given information on who he is and where he comes from.
“Kaizer Chiefs would like to announce the appointment of Robertus ‘Rob’ Hutting as the club’s Technical Advisor to the senior and youth academy teams.
“Hutting was born in the Netherlands in 1955. He holds a UEFA Pro licence from the Dutch National boards and a Masters Degree: Postacademical University Leuven/Belgium.
“He has played football as midfielder and striker for clubs in Holland and Belgium. He also coached a number of clubs in Belgium, Holland and Germany.
“Hutting’s will play an advisory role and help with the coordination of the two technical teams, working with coach Steve Komphela and his counterparts in the youth development,” Chiefs confirmed on the club’s official website.
Hutting told Chiefs’ website, “I am honoured to be here and will serve the club with pride,” says Hutting. “This is a special day for me. I have been following Kaizer Chiefs and South African football for a while and looking forward to working with coach Steve and the rest of the coaches here at Kaizer Chiefs.”
Hutting comes with great football and man-management experience. “I believe my competence, qualities and experience will contribute to the improvement of the club,” he concludes.
Hutting will be with Kaizer Chiefs until the end of the current season, with the view of extending his stay with the Glamour Boys.
Coach Steve Komphela who was part of the process of bringing Hutting to Chiefs welcomed Hutting to the club. “A hearty welcome to Rob and we look forward to his cooperation and contribution to Kaizer Chiefs.”