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Ex-Buccaneer lands coaching job

Posted: 12 September 2018 Time: 19:30

Ex-Orlando Pirates midfielder Lebogang Mothibantwa has been appointed head coach of ABC Motsepe League outfit Rasta Far Eagles.

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Mothibantwa had been without a job since resigning as assistant coach of then-NFD side Super Eagles in October last year.

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"I am back to the Northern Cape," says the 34-year-old, who hails from Olifantshoek.

"I decided to come back home and plough back in to the community.

"We have assembled a great team with a lot of talented youngsters. Our main ambition is to get to the NFD next season.

"We have a very ambitious club owner who is working hard to make sure we realise that dream of competing in topflight football.

"With focus and determination I have no doubt we will achieve our goals this season."

Mothibantwa's men this weekend take on Kakamas Sundowns, the former club of Mamelodi Sundowns centre-back Rivaldo Coetzee.

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Article by: Ernest Fakude

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