Interim coach Musa Nyatama reveals he plans to attain his coaching qualifications during the upcoming World Cup break in his ambitions to further his managerial career.
Nyatama was appointed as interim coach at Swallows after the departure of previous coach Dylan Kerr following an underwhelming start to the season.
The former Orlando Pirates midfielder currently holds no coaching qualifications after being being roped in to assist the technical team at the beginning of this season.
Nyatama has now confirmed that will be attending a SAFA coaching course in Johannesburg in the coming weeks.
"My plan during this break, I am planning to go and do my coaching badges and do the SAFA license course," Nyatama confirms to KickOff.
The Dube Birds are yet to confirm a permanent manager for the remainder of the season while the former midfielder confirmed that
"That’s the decision from the management, I don’t have control over that," said Nyatama when asked if would be interested in taking over as head coach permanently at Swallows this season.
The Dube Birds are set to return to training on November 15 after being given two-week break due to the FIFA World Cup tournament.
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