Cape Town - Former Ajax Cape Town forward Nathan Paulse has,
for the second time, called time on his football career.
The 37-year-old called it quits from the beautiful game in
2017 but was convinced by Roger De Sa a year later to join Cape Umoya United in
the National First Division (NFD).
Paulse, who also played for Bloemfontein Celtic, SuperSport
United and Platinum Stars, has now confirmed that he has taking up a coaching
post with the Ajax Cape Town reserve team.
When asked about his plans, Paulse told KickOff:
"(I'm) Coaching at Ajax with their reserve team in the
ABC Motsepe League and I started South Africa's first career development
service for amateur and pro footballers called Starting XI Revolution.
"(It) Presented the perfect opportunity to shift focus
into my next phase football. I'm very excited with this next phase which I
believe will have greater impact on South African football.
"I had a top professional career which started in 2000
and lasted 19 years, ended as Ajax Cape Town’s all-time top scorer, won a few
cups with Ajax Cape Town in my time, appeared in numerous cup finals for Ajax,
went close to winning the Absa (Premiership) twice with Ajax in early 2000s.
"All in all, I would say my career was a success of
which I'm very proud of."
- TeamTalk Media