Arrows in search of 'keeper coach

2015-07-16 13:45
John Tlale (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Golden Arrows are once again in search of a goalkeeper coach after John Tlale snubbed Serame Letsoaka’s side to join NFD side Royal Eagles, who are believed to have offered him a better deal.

Sport24 have been informed that Letsoaka was very disappointed with Tlale as he had already agreed terms and expected to start work at Arrows.

“John was here already and expected to start work, but he left as Eagles gave him a better deal,” the source said.

“The team is now in search for a new goalkeeper coach who will work with the technical team.”

The KZN side, who are making their return to top flight football, have already appointed Abel Makhubela as their new assistant coach in the new look technical team.

Arrows will kick-start their return to top flight football with a home fixture against University of Pretoria on Sunday August 9.

Kick-off is at 15:00.

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