Bafana need continuity

2013-06-18 13:17
Gordon Igesund (Gallo Images)
When SAFA appointed Gordon Igesund to coach the National Team, they must have had some belief in him as the right person for the job. That he started already behind the 8 ball i.t.o qualifying for the World Cup, having received a team that only had 2 points from 2 games, they should show a little faith in the team and the coach. I have often said that until Bafana Bafana score more than 2 goals on a regular basis they will never be contenders. Gordon seems to be on the road to doing just that and getting the team to believe in themselves as serious world players. Changing things now is not going to improve things, only make matters worse.

Although I am not a fan of the man, the fact is that the Man Utd board stuck with Alex Ferguson and allowed him to make Moegoe Utd a very successful club. Stick with Gordon and we can go places. He has shown what he can do. Don't drop him because the succes is not instant. SAFA, give him your backing and let the man do what he does best and that is to develop sides into champions.

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