Saintfiet wants to stay in PSL

2014-11-13 07:54
Tom Saintfiet (File)
Cape Town - After being sacked by Free State Stars at the beginning of the month following a 5-2 defeat at home to Polokwane City, former coach Tom Saintfiet feels he still has unfinished business in the PSL.

Saintfiet is eagerly waiting around to see if he gets any local offers before considering returning home to Belgium.

"I am still around and walking around Free State in Bethlehem," Saintfiet tells website.

"There has been contact but nothing concrete. I am still waiting and ready to listen to any offer."

The former Malawi and Namibia boss continues: "I would love to continue coaching in the PSL.

"I enjoyed my job with Free State Stars and believe I did well under the circumstances and we were three points behind Pirates and Wits.

"I would love to stay in South Africa. The League is interesting and I believe still something to add into local football."

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