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Amajita coach David Notoane has spoken glowingly about the future of South
Read: We can win AFCON – Shakes
safa.net, Notoane has seen the changes within SAFA as positive which he reckon gave the
respective divisions an alarming rejuvenation.
“Clearly the changes
of leadership within the Association followed by appointments within the
technical team have seen positive results in all our teams,” said Notoane.
of Bafana Bafana, Amajita and Amajimbos for major continental tournaments means
the future of the national teams looks good.
“South African teams are known for their technical ability
on the ball as well as being quick and agile. We can improve in utilising
possession positively in winning games as we see within the current Bafana
Just as Shakes Mashaba constantly refers to South Africa building towards 2022, Notoane is on that same ship and sees it happening
“I think we are on track and things are looking good
as I indicated. The national teams are competitive and the next step is to
qualify for the World Cup stages.
“The experience gained by the junior players will be
valuable for the pool of selection available to Bafana Bafana for World Cup
2018 and World Cup 2022.
“This success on the continent will ensure our readiness to
compete on the World stage.”