Moloi 'assisting' Mafube United

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The former Orlando Pirates assistant coach sat on United’s bench at the weekend when the club downed Juveniles 2-1.

“Tebza started working with us last week but it is only a matter of helping us out since he has a job with Safa as national Under-17 coach which we respect so much,” says team manager Gordon Masondo.

“He doesn’t have a contract with us but is only coming to us to aid us with his experience as the season nears the end because we make a strong challenge to finish in the top two and qualify for the Play-Offs.

“But I can declare that with the experience of the players that we have we will definitely be in the play-offs come end of the season. All we need to do is get a good blend of the players’ experience with what Tebza is bringing in.

“Tebza is taking over from me after I stood in following the departure of the other coach who was with us,” says Masondo.

With five games remaining Mafube are four points behind leaders Carara Kicks.

They have brought in a number of players have previously played in the top division. These include Bruce Ramokadi, James Mothibi, Abednigo Netshiozwi, Simon Makhubela, Augustine Mabuya, Dan Semake, and Stoffiel Mikhane.

Although Mafube play in the Free State Vodacom League, they train in Germiston, Johannesburg.