Absa Premiership

Chilli Boys hire former Pirates assistant coach

2017-06-07 15:22
Tebogo Moloi (Supplied)

Cape Town - Chippa United have announced that Teboho Moloi has been brought into the club to assist coach Dan Malesela for next season.

The Chilli Boys, who have contracted the former Orlando Pirates assistant coach, have offered him a one-year deal.

Club owner Siviwe Mpengesi told the club's official website:” I would like to welcome Teboho Moloi to the Chippa United family.

“We did not think twice as management when his name was recommended by the coach.

“We are confident that their reunion can only take this football club to greater heights.

“I would like to wish Mr Moloi all the best during his time with us.”

Moloi, who was most recently helping Buya Msuthu in their ABC Motsepe League campaign, was reportedly recommended to Mpengesi by Malesela.

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