'Black coaches will rise': Ace on 10111


Kaizer Chiefs legend Donald 'Ace' Khuse has shared his thoughts on former teammate Arthur Zwane's national team call-up.

'10111' was temporarily appointed by new Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki to assist him during international break, during which the national team did not play their proposed friendlies against Zambia and Madagascar due to various reasons.

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'Ace' says Zwane was always destined for greatness.

"Arthur has always been dedicated from his playing days, he always wanted to do this job," Khuse said.

"In fact, everything he does, it's always with love and passion. Once you've got the passion and dedicate yourself, God blesses you with a chance to show yourself to the world."

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The Chiefs legend hopes Zwane gets the job permanently as he feels it's about time black coaches rise in South African football.

"We are very happy for him. I hope and believe he will be the permanent assistant and they will give him time because in our country black coaches tend to have bad luck in big jobs," he added.

"But we will keep on working hard, everything has it own time. Black coaches will rise even if that time we will be gone. I have hope one day Arthur and others will one day coach the national teams, as it has begun now." 

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