Aspiring South African football coach has secured a new coaching role in Swaziland for the new season.
Humphrey Mlwane – the former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder of the late 1990s – is set to take charge of Manzini Sundowns in the Premier League of Swaziland.
Mlwane finished the season coaching Swazi outfit Malanti Chiefs, having taken over at the club in March this year, after his stint as the coach of Gunners FC in the ABC Motsepe League.
Speaking to the Siya crew, the former midfield maestro confirmed his new role with his new club.
“It’s true that I will be starting at Manzini Sundowns as their new head coach. I have signed with the club for one season,” confirmed Mlwane.
The Mzansi football legend is pleased with the progress he and his Swazi team made last season.
“We did well. It’s just that we did not agree on certain things regarding the renewal of the contract with the club. I found the team in position 11 when I joined the club but we finished the season in position six. The mandate was to guide the team to finish in the top eight, and we managed to do that. I’m looking forward to starting the season with my new club. I’m happy to have joined them as their offer was better,” concluded Mlwane.