Kaizer Chiefs new signee Kearyn Baccus is one of the players who has attracted the eye of Bafana Bafana head coach Molefi Ntseki but the challenge is that he plays in one of the tightly contested positions in the men’s senior national team, the midfield holding role.
The availability of some foreign based players is one the reasons Ntseki is going all out to strengthen his technical team and add scouts who will travel around the world monitoring talent for Bafana.
It’s a concept that has worked well for some of the most successful national teams on the continent especially in North and West Africa.
But first Ntseki told football journalists including SABC Sport’s Velile Mnyandu that they are focused on finalizing their permanent technical team. – Report by Velile Mnyandu
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