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Ndladzi to coach in Swaziland

2015-07-13 11:21
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Cape Town - South African-born coach and former Under-23 national team assistant coach, Ken Ndladzi, has been appointed as a coach for Swazi side Manzini Wanderers. 

This is not the first time that the former Mpumalanga Black Aces coach will be involved at Wanderers as he was there in 2013 as their head coach. 

Speaking to Sport24 from Swaziland, Ndladzi said that he was happy to be back at the team. 

"It's good to be here,” he said.

“I know the team and its culture and I am always happy to work with the directors and the players here.

“I am looking forward to a great season with the team," Ndladzi said. 

The late Archie Juluka Radebe had also coached this team before.

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