Former Orlando Pirates coach Roger De Sa is set to become head coach at a new club following the sale of Cape Umoya United.
De Sa is set to join Cape Town All Stars as their new head coach as he looks to return to a job after leading United in the GladAfrica Championship last season.
The former Bafana Bafana goalkeeper was part of a consortium that bought Platinum Stars back in 2018 and became the director, and later also head coach, of Cape Umoya.
The club has since been sold to a Venda-based businessman, who will relocate the team to Limpopo ahead of the 2021/22 season.
KickOff.com also understands that De Sa will be joined by another former Buccaneer in Michael Morton, who is set to continue his career at All Stars.
"Roger De Sa is coming in as head coach at Cape Town All Stars. Michael Morton is also set to join him," says an insider at All Stars.
The 56-year-old tactician has been in charge of several PSL teams over the years, since starting out his coaching career at Wits University back in 2001, including the likes of Santos, Ajax Cape Town and Maritzburg United.