Ole *The Guru* once highlighted this sad topic on TKO. The appointment of Craig Rosslee as head-coach of AMAZULU tricked this issue again…..why are the SA born black coaches only good in being the assistant-coaches than being head coaches in PSL? What is it the both white and black foreign coaches have that SA black coaches don’t have? What is it that local white coaches have that local black coach don’t have? What is it that SA black coaches must do so that they can be recognized?

If the likes of Roger De Sa, Gavin Hunt, Neil Tovey & Rosslee can be head-coaches, why can’t the likes of Farouk Khan, Doc Khumalo, Tebza Moloi, Fani Madida, Ace Khuse, Harold Legodi, Themba Sithole & others who have been assistant coaches for years take the hot seat? Will we ever have the next Steve Khompela, Pitso Mosimane, Manqoba Mngqithi, Clinton Larson or Calvin Johnson anytime soon? The below pic proves that we have more qualified coaches...but where are they?



The sooner black coaches raise their hands for the highest position, the better.


  • Big-up to Qwaqwa Stars (Free State Stars now) for producing coaches like Steve Khompela, Serame Letswaka, Themba Sithole, David Vilakazi & lately, John Tlale.  

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Comment by Trevor Roux [I Put to You] on January 7, 2013 at 9:19

FredMoo, why isn't Mlungisi Ngubane on the list? he usually rescues relegation threatened teams towards the end of seasons... does it means he coaches without a qualification?

Comment by Sir T on December 25, 2012 at 22:55
Well, your government employs housands of blacks and they mostly fail colourfully. How many black coaches have won the PSL title? The private sector is doing well with white majority. Can we please stop blaming others when things dont swing our way?
Comment by Zweli "Khosified Maverick" on December 19, 2012 at 10:16

what is it that black managers still cant get right in working places that their white counterparts can get right? maybe is the same mentality that black managers always fail ( well a certain percentage of them)

Comment by Mokete "Kau la poho" on December 13, 2012 at 11:37

There are 2 ladies there, what are their names?

Comment by FredMoo on December 4, 2012 at 16:41

Here is a list of all Safa’s Level 3 coaches:

1. Steven Bezuidenhout (Westville United Football Academy)
2. Alan Clark (Norkem Park Primary School)
3. Rulani Mokwena (Mamelodi Sundowns Youth)
4. Richard Lovell (Diambars Football Academy)
5. Sheldon Roux (Durban Classic)
6. Klaas-Jan Top (Tiger Kloof Educational Trust)
7. Ian Palmer (formerly Maritzburg United)
8. Karabo Mogudi (Wits University)
9. Roscoe Krieling (Hellenic FC)
10. Thomas Nare (Mamelodi Sundowns)
11. Scelo Qwabe (Thanda Academy, KZN)
12. Fabian Randalls (Mamelodi Sundowns Youth)
13. Martin Donald Mojaki (SAFA Francis Baard region, Head Coach)
14. Augustine Makalakalane (North West University)
15. Ian Gorowa (Mamelodi Sundowns)
16. Edwin Johannes (SASFA; R.B. Dithupe School)
17. Themba Ngwenya (Mamelodi Sundowns Development)
18. Brandon Truter (Cape Town All Stars)
19. Dylan Deane (Ajax Cape Town)
20. Doctor Khumalo
21. Cavin Johnson
22. Khabo Zondo
23. Thomas Madigage
24. Pitso Mosimane
25. Cavin Johnson
26. Walter Steenbok
27. Farouk Khan
28. Craig Rosslee
29. Eerbin De Kock


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