Top CAF coach warns SAFA

2013-11-22 22:30
SAFA House (File)

Johannesburg -  Top CAF coach Ben Koufie warned the SA Football Association (SAFA) on Friday about the danger of trying to "fit square pegs into round holes".

"South Africa won the African Nations Cup in 1996, reached the final in 1998 and were placed third in 2000, but since then, nothing, so there must be something wrong somewhere."

Mbalula warned that Koufie's views should be heeded and there was no easy road ahead to restore South African soccer to a level among the world's top nations.

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