Absa Premiership

Swedish manager linked to Masandawana

2017-11-08 12:01
Mamelodi Sundowns (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - African champions Mamelodi Sundowns could be set to appoint former Sweden national coach Erik Hamren as their general manager.

The position was vacated after Sizwe Nzimande resigned recently, with Yugesh Singh acting in a caretaker role since.

Although there has been no word on the matter from Sundowns, the Swedish media have picked up on the story.

"We are writing a story about the fact that Hamren has left for South Africa for talks with Sundowns about him taking over as their general manager," a Swedish journalist told IOL.

The 60-year-old Hamren was the Sweden manager between 2009 and 2016 and helped them qualify for the 2012 and 2016 European Championships. 

He has also won league titles in both Denmark and Norway.

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