Absa Premiership

Gamildien relishes chance to work with Mokwena

2020-05-05 12:13
Ruzaigh gamildien of Chippa United during the Absa
Ruzaigh gamildien of Chippa United during the Absa Premiership between Chippa United and Orlando Pirates at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on February 01, 2020 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Chippa United forward Ruzaigh Gamildien has welcomed the arrival of former Orlando Pirates coach Rulani Mokwena.

After a spell as assistant coach under Josef Zinnbauer at Pirates, Mokwena moved on to the Chilli Boys where he has taken over as head coach.

Gamildien, who returned to Chippa in January from National First Division outfit Steenberg United, is excited to be working with Mokwena.

"It is a pleasure working with Rhulani because he's a good coach and well-versed with the technicalities of the game," said Gamildien according to Daily Sun.

"He tries to bring across his philosophy in a manner which is very easy to understand."

"I never worked with him before and I only see what he's capable of now at Chippa," he continued.

"I doubt if there are any bad vibes in him because the only thing I have noticed is good vibes."

- TEAMtalk media

 

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