Bartman aiming for PSL job

2015-06-24 11:45
Arthur Bartman (Gallo)

Cape Town – Former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper, Arthur Bartman, is looking for a coaching job in the PSL.

Bartman was part of Shaun Bartlett’s coaching staff that was also released by Golden Arrows management, following the appointment of Serame Letsoaka as head coach.

The retired ‘keeper did not want to dwell on the disappointment of being unceremoniously axed from the club after securing promotion for the KZN-based side.  

“It’s a sensitive issue so I don’t want to talk about it, when I’m ready to talk about it I will,” he told Sport24.

Bartman is currently looking for a new job and he is not ruling out making a return to a PSL side.

“I’ve coached in the PSL with Maritzburg United and I enjoyed it and I think I’m up for the challenge again.”

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