Internationals apply for Mpumalanga Black Aces' job
Posted: 22 September 2010 Time: 10:53
Mpumalanga Black Aces vacant coaching position continues to attract applications from both local and international coaches.
Aces are still without a coach after they fired Aiki Ayiomamitis on Sunday. Even though Neil Tovey has been tipped as favourite to take over as coach at Amazayoni, former Orlando Pirates coach Viktor Bondarenko, former Kaizer Chiefs coach Paul Dolezar, former Bucs coach Jean-Yves Kerjean and Serbian coach Vladislav Heric are among the international coaches that have applied to lead the club this season. Mpumalanga Black Aces CEO Marc Grune confirms that the club's office in Witbank has been flooded with applications but he said it will take time to appoint the 'right person to take over as the new coach this season'. "The advantage in our situation is that we still have about two weeks before we play our next match, so it could take another week to get the right candidate for the coaching position." Grune confirms that Dumisa Ngobe and Cyprian Maimane will be in charge of the team until they appoint the new coach.