Botswana side Jwaneng Galaxy are aiming to reward South African coach Morena Ramoreboli with a new long-term contract after leading his side to a historic CAF achievement.
Ramoreboli made history over the weekend by leading Galaxy to qualify for the CAF Champions League group stages for the first time ever.
The Free State-born coach joins fellow South African coaches, Benni McCarthy, Pitso Mosimane, Rulani Mokwena and Manqoba Mngqithi to compete in the continental competition this season.
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According to an official close to Jwaneng Galaxy, preparations are already in process to meet with the coach this week to finalise a long-term contract.
"The coach only joined the team in August for a short term contract," a club official reveals to Kickoff.com.
"He has made everyone associated with the club very proud and we believe he has a great future here in Botswana with the club.
"The club is expected to arrive back from Tanzania and will soon set a meeting with the coach about his future with the club and we plan to prepare for the group stages," he added.