Absa Premiership

Barker linked with Mauritius job

2015-05-29 17:45
Clive Barker (Gallo)

Cape Town - Former Bafana Bafana coach Clive Barker has been linked with the Mauritius head coach job.

According to African Football, Mauritiuos have made attempts to lure the now Mpumalanga Black Aces technical director into taking the post.

However, Barker reveals that he hasn’t received “anything concrete” when questioned about the rumoured offer.

“I don’t know yet about the offer but my representatives will get more information and come back to me.

“Trevor (Mosehathebe), Glyn’s (Binkin) assistant will gather more information and definitely update me on this.”

Barker was relieved of his duties as Aces head coach in March as the club shifted the 70-year-old into a role where he will get to nurture future talents.

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