De Sa recharging his batteries

2014-02-13 14:25
Roger de Sa (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Former Orlando Pirates coach Roger de Sa is currently enjoying time off recharging his batteries before thinking of a next move.

The 49-year-old mentor stepped down from the Pirates hot seat last month following the club’s poor run of results.

In an interview with the Football411 website, “RDS” revealed he might return to coaching as soon as next month.

Media reports in the last while linked De Sa with a move to Ajax Cape Town.

The former Bafana Bafana goalkeeper guided the Buccaneers to the three consecutive cup finals last last year, but they lost them all, most notably the CAF Champions League.

De Sa’s last game in charge of the Soweto giants was a 2-1 victory over Ajax Cape Town at the Orlando Stadium on January 27.

De Sa’s former assistant coach at Bidvest Wits and Pirates, Eric Tinkler, is now at the helm of the Buccaneers on an interim base.

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