I think Mucho is a great coach , much much better than many in South Africa. he took Uganda who were unknown in Africa and did a great job. he qualified Uganda in two successive CHAN tournaments and recently qualified the Cranes at the Nation Cup since 1978, unless you do things otherwise, in Africa if a coach can't qualify a country to a nations cup he's not good enough. Sudenly after beating Senegal thanx to a home town penalty gift from the referee shakes is becoming a savior.and the answer from Mucho is a good one, he's comited to Uganda and dreaming big for them.
No then it will be from bad to worse .there's no football in Uganda.Just because munyango is from Uganda then he think we can not accept the fact that Uganda is just same as mozambique (no football history).atleast malawi and zimbabwe
Isnt this guy the one who once failed at Bucs? What makes him that special to be considered fit for Bafana, or is it because he qualified to AFCON with Uganda? If so Shakes did achieve that in 2015 and look at him now.
That's the thing about us Mzansi. if we get mad. sphakamisa mathafula.... Dispute wat Shakes did. he is da man for dat job. changing coaches won't help. create mpre problems
Wht's special about HIM which Mashaba doesn't, we know dat man failed Orlando Pirates nothing he will provide but collecting lot of MONEY to his country
we dnt need him the stadiums will be empty if they don't listen to us....they need our support 2 so plz dnt fire coach shakes
This guy is not loyal,he wanna leave his employers for africa s best side?
Pirates played 2 games under him & after he runaway cos of his cowardness.
Is he a suitable man for a job? SAFA must look on Calvin Hunt, he is serious man and he knows his job, try him.
As Mashaba might be sacked, I would be glad if the new coach be a South African, because our coaches understand the identity, the culture of our football, Look at countries like Spain,Italy,Brazil,France,Germany etc, they do not believe on hiring foreign coaches, they are most successful countries as far as footbal concern.