Cape Town – Former Orlando Pirates coach Ruud Krol admits he would love to come back to the PSL and South Africa.
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Following the resignation of Vladimir Vermezovic, Sport24 reported that there are FIVE possible candidates in the race to take over the vacant position which included Krol.
In his tenure, Krol spent three seasons at Pirates and brought nothing but smiles to The Ghost faces and engraved some much needed success having won the treble before he departed.
The Dutch now finds himself in Libya coaching, Al-Ahli, but his fondness of South Africa and Pirates might see the 65-year-old return if Dr Irvan Khoza were to ring him up.
“Once a Pirate, always a Pirate that is how it will always be,” Krol was quoted saying to KickOff.
“I love South Africa, I love the PSL, and Orlando Pirates will always have a special place in my heart – it’s no secret that I would love to go back there.
“A lot of supporters have been calling me, but no-one from the club. It has always been links and nothing concrete. The same goes with the SuperSport United job - it was all talk and nothing happened in the end.”
Should Ruud Krol return to Pirates to fix things up or should he not hinder his glory times with the Buccaneers?