Word reaching the Siya crew is that former South Africa U17 coach and Mamelodi Sundowns assistant coach, Simon Ngomane, has joined Botswana outfit Notwane FC as their new head coach.
Read: Vilakazi Joins Notwane
According to a source close to Ngomane, who also worked for Roses United as their technical director recently, has already started his job at the team.
“He is at training as we speak,” said the source.
Notwane recently signed former Orlando Pirates midfielder Benedict Vilakazi and ex Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Manqoba Ngwenya for the club.
Notwane are currently lying 12th on the log in the Botswana Premier League after winning one, drawing one and losing three of their opening five matches.
Meanwhile, other news coming out of Botswana is that former Santos coach David Bright could take over the Zebras coaching post left vacant by axed coach Stanley Tshosane.
Word is that Tshosane was fired by the BFA after failing to qualify Botswana for the 2013 Afcon and 2014 World Cup.
By Khaya Ndubane
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