Even though he did not want to divulge further details about his meeting with Khoza, Da Gama did confirm that he will be submitting his end-of-season report to the club boss.
“I am meeting with the chairman some time this week, but I cannot be sure when as he is always busy.
“At this stage, I can’t say a lot of what is going to transpire, but I will be submitting a technical report and recommendations for next season, among other things.”
After a disappointing season, Bucs will surely want to forget the 2007\8 season as soon as possible and start focusing for next season.
One of the key issues that could be discussed during Khoza’s meeting with Da Gama and moving forward to next season could be the appointment of an assistant coach.
Da Gama had to rely on physio John Williams and masseur Zonde Soloshe to train the team.
Bucs are said to have already signed Santos midfielder Thembile Kanono, Garankuwa United striker Reason Chiloane, Kaizer Chiefs midfielder David Obua and Zimbabwean national team goalkeeper, Washington Arubi.
Word is that they are also expecting a big name Nigerian striker, who has played for the Super Eagles.