Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila chairman Abram Sello has made a surprising revelation about the presence of Dylan Kerr and Morgan Mammila at the club.
Former Baroka CEO Mammila and ex-Bakgaga and Black Leopards coach Kerr are currently getting their hands dirty at the Venda-based side even though they are not yet fully employed.
According to Sello, both Mammila and Kerr are only there as consultants, but he also doesn't deny that they may end up staying with the club.
Meanwhile, former Kaizer Chiefs winger Edmore Chirambadare's dream of signing for the club might hit a snag following the sacking of Joel Masutha, who invited him for a trial.
"It has not yet reached my desk that one of Chirambadare, unless they are talking to my technical commitee," Sello tells KickOff.com.
"There's a number of guys that want to come to us but we're still going to see before the window period closes. I think in terms of Morgan Mammila... we took over from ailing management as you know. Now I have to restructure."
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"And restructuring, I won't just appoint positions. I've got a national working committee to get this club back on its foot. Mammila is just helping us as a consultant, but at the end of the day we will go through the interviews when we do the structuring.
"You know we've got a lot of applicants and nobody has signed since we released the previous coach. They are close to six. Until a contract is signed with someone, I will say I have appointed so-and-so. But at the moment there are prospective coaches who are on the line.
"I've got two appointed assistant coaches, Mpho Maleka and David Mathebula, but very soon we will have a coach. Only upon a signature can I say to you, 'Kick Off, I have signed so-and-so.'"