Absa Premiership

Motaung sympathises with Maritzburg

2015-06-18 13:19
Kaizer Motaung (Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - Following the much anticipated unveiling of Steve Komphela as their new head coach, Kaizer Chiefs’ chairperson Kaizer Motaung said he was sympathising with Maritzburg United for losing their mentor.

Read: We can't think of pressure - Kaizer

The Phefeni Glamour Boys confirmed on Wednesday that Komphela had penned a three-year deal to succeed Stuart Baxter at Naturena.

Motaung understood that Chiefs’ gain was definitely a big blow to the Team of choice.

“Chincha Guluva” however thanked the KwaZulu-Natal outfit for allowing Komphela to move to Chiefs and also wished them well ahead of the 2015/16 season.

“Signing a coach like Steve (Komphela) is our gain and it’s obviously Maritzburg United’s loss,” said Motaung.

“So I do feel (for them) and understand how they feel right now.

“Going through this process is not a good thing because we have been going through the same path in the past few weeks when we lost our coach.

“But I want to say thank you to them (Maritzburg United) for allowing Steve Komphela to move forward.

“I do understand that they are in a very difficult position at the moment but I really want to wish them well for their future endeavours.”

 

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