Last week, AmaZulu FC, a DStv Premiership team, revealed that they are looking for a new coach ahead of the 2019 season.
This follows the removal of Romain Folz, a former Marumo Gallants coach, from his duties and assignment as a technical advisor in February.
Former player and club captain Ayanda Dlamini took over as captain for the remaining games. As the group finished 12th in the log standings, he helped them avoid relegation.
Dlamini put in a lot of effort, but Usuthu president Sandile Zungu has announced that he will not be the team’s head coach in 2023-24.
According to credible sources at FARPost, the KZN organization has reportedly interviewed three potential “well-traveled” candidates for the role. Alfons Groenendijk, Pablo Franco Martin, and Luc Eymael are their names.
The club will contact the selected applicant in the next days.
Eymael and Luc
The combative Belgian strategist is well-known in South Africa. He has formerly represented Black Leopards, Free State Stars FC, and Polokwane City FC.
In addition, the 63-year-old coach led AFC Leopards of Kenya, AS Vita of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rayon Sports of Rwanda, and Missile FC.
He has won six championships in his coaching career:
The Nedbank Cup in 2018, the FKF President’s Cup in 2013, and the Super Coupe du Congoin in 2011.