Cape Town - Former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Brilliant
Khuzwayo has called on the powers that be at the club to keep faith with
interim coach Rhulani Mokwena.
Mokwena hurriedly took over the Pirates hot seat after
Milutin Sredojevic's sudden departure two months ago.
Things haven't gone exactly to plan for the young coach, who
is in his first coaching job in the Absa Premiership. Of the seven games he has
overseen in the South African top-flight, Bucs have only won once and drawn
Nevertheless, Khuzwayo believes Mokwena needs more time to
turn the club's fortunes around.
"Football is evolving in different sectors right now,”
Khuzwayo is quoted as saying as per the Daily Sun.
"I just hope the club is going to be patient with him and
give him enough time and support so that he can show what he is capable
The Buccaneers are currently 10 points behind rivals Kaizer
Chiefs at the top of the league table, but Khuzwayo believes Mokwena has what
it takes to succeed.
"Mokwena is a good coach and a very intelligent guy. I do
believe that things will, at some point improve," Khuzwayo added.
Pirates next take on Stellenbosch FC on Saturday, October 26
in an Absa Premiership clash.
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