Chippa coach glad to be back

2015-06-27 11:52
Roger Sikhakhane (Supplied)
Roger Sikhakhane (Supplied)

Cape Town - Chippa United have reappointed Roger Sikhakhane as head coach and he has spoken to Sport24 about working with Chippa Mpengesi once again.

Sikhakhane was replaced by Ernst Middendorp at the beginning of the year in a move that backfired for the club.

The returning manager, however, does not hold any ill feelings over the events of the past.

"We spoke after I left last time and cleared things up," Sikhakhane told Sport24.

"We get along well, we have worked together a lot."

When asked about possible new recruits, Sikhakhane said that he would only be working on that next week.

"Currently I am in KZN so I haven’t had a chance to see the team, I will have to first analyse where we need strengthening."

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