Zim coach eyes Chiefs position

2016-01-11 10:48
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Cape Town - Zimbabwean coach Phillip Zulu is hoping to become the head of youth with one of South Africa's biggest clubs, Kaizer Chiefs.

The club has advertised the position, and Zulu believes he has the credentials to make a success of the position, should he be chosen.

"It's tough because there's a lot of interest from foreign coaches as well with vast experience," he told the Bulawayo24 website.

"But I believe in my abilities, experience and the work that I've done in UK, especially when I worked as a scout for Leeds United FC Academy and in the wider grassroots of most junior development programs that helped me to develop as a coach

Zulu is currently completing his UEFA B Licence, his other qualifications including an FA Junior Coaching Level 1 and Level 2, and an FA Open Age Coaching Level One and Two certificate.

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