Former Bloemfontein Celtic and Golden Arrows coach Clinton Larsen looks to have made a return to coaching in the professional ranks.
The Siya crew has been informed that Larsen has arrived at bottom of the table GladAfrica Championship side Bizana Pondo Chiefs, as the club looks to avoid relegation in their first campaign in the second tier. Bizana are currently in 16th place on 13 points after 15 matches.
According to a source, Larsen had his first training session Bizana today.
Bizana chairman Nkosinathi Mqokiyana said he can't confirm anything yet at the moment, but revealed that there could be coaching changes at the club.
"It's not official yet. My team is still working on those things. I am attending to my personal things, but my general manager is attending to those things. There might be changes, but it's not official. I cannot confirm anything at the moment," Mqokiyana tells the Siya crew.
The club started with Tshepo Motsoeneng at the helm, after the former SuperSport United and Santos goalkeeper inspired them to promotion from the ABC Motsepe League, but they parted ways with him earlier this year, following a string of poor performances. Julius Dube took over, but Bizana looked to have now called on the experience of Larsen, to try get out of trouble.
Larsen last worked in the topflight for Polokwane City.