Pitso And Micho In Top 6 Coaches
Soccer Laduma Takes A Look At The Top Six Coaches In The Absa Premiership So Far
Six coaches in the Premier Soccer League received the award of Coach of the Month since the start of the season and Soccer Laduma looks back on who walked away with the accolade each month.
August/September 2017: Clinton Larsen
Golden Arrows head coach, Clinton Larsen walked away with the very first Absa Premiership Coach of the Month award for the season, after taking his side on a seven-match unbeaten run at the time.
October 2017: Veselin Jelusic
Bloemfontein Celtic head coach, Veselin Jelusic was the next mentor to be handed the accolade in October last year, for Celtic’s impressive form in the Serbian’s first season at the club.
November 2017: Teboho Moloi
Head Coach Tebogo Moloi picked up the accolade for November after taking Chippa United on a good run of form in his debut season at the helm of the bench.
December 2017: Pitso Mosimane
In December last year, Mamelodi Sundowns got their catch-up game on a roll, with Head Coach Pitso Mosimane receiving the award after keeping his side in running for the Absa Premiership league title, despite their heavy schedule.
January 2018: Milutin Sredojevic
Orlando Pirates quickly regained their momentum in the Absa Premiership, after going on an unbeaten run which took them closer to the number one spot on the league standings, with Head Coach Milutin Sredojevic subsequently walking away with the award in January.
February 2018: Gavin Hunt
The latest Absa Premiership Coach of the Month award went to Bidvest Wits’ Gavin Hunt, who is currently on a seven-match unbeaten run in the league, continuing Wits’ climb on the log standings.