Fadlu Davids’ agent Rasthoem Simons has hinted at the potential next move for the coach, following his exit from Orlando Pirates at the end of last season.
Davids says he has taken some time off to recharge while planning for the future, with his camp assessing options for the next chapter of his career.
The mentor has been linked with AmaZulu, though his camp dismissed media reports suggesting that as inaccurate.
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Speaking to the Siya crew, Simons said Davids isn’t looking only in the PSL for his next move but also has his sights set abroad.
“We’re looking at the options and I think what we mentioned initially when his contract ended with Pirates is that his next club would be the project that falls in line with his career goals that he wants to achieve… his Pro Licence, UEFA or CAF Pro Licence and he has a keen interest to coach abroad, whether in Africa or in Europe,” said Simons.
“In the South African context, he’s not going to go back in co-coaching or assistant role. For him to coach in South Africa, it will have to be a head coach role. But, primarily, the priority for him will be a club abroad. Clubs in South Africa are aware that he is available and there is an interest, (and) at the right time he will consider it,” the intermediary added.
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