Madida hires Mazibuko

2014-11-18 14:18
Goodman Mazibuko (Gallo Images)

Cape Town – It has been reported that Moroka Swallows head coach Fani Madida has hired former midfielder Goodman Mazibuko as his assistant.

Read: Baloyi hails Madida impact

According to KickOff, the 39-year-old has started in his post at beginning of the week (Monday, November 17).

It has been reported that Mazibuko has been working towards his SAFA Level I coaching certificate.

Mazibuko has played for Free State Stars, Orlando Pirates and represented the Dube Birds over 120 times.

Meanwhile, Swallows face the University of Pretoria when the Absa Premiership resumes on Saturday, November 22 at Dobsonville Stadium.

Madida has an uphill task of getting the Birds out of the bottom half of the table as they hold firm on 13th position with 10 points.

Kick-Off is at 18:00.

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