- Orlando Pirates confirmed the appointment of Stephane Adams as its new ‘specialised finishing coach’
- The club has appointed Adams to help players score more goals from the opportunities which they create
- Adams is a former striker who played in various European leagues and also served in a technical role at French club Lille
Orlando Pirates confirmed that the club has appointed Stephane Adams as its newly created ‘specialised finishing coach’. The club has appointed Adams to help players score more goals and convert more of the opportunities they create in matches.
Adams is a former striker who played as a striker for various European teams and also served in a technical role at French club Lille.
Orlando Pirates head coach Milutin Sredojevic has been on something of a shopping spree in recent times having bolstered his playing and technical squads. He has been given this freedom by the club’s management in order to bring titles back to the club.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Sredojevic now has a technical team which includes Adams, his assistant coach Rhulani Mokwena, performance manager Franck Plaine, goalkeeper specialist Andrew Sparkes and a department of performance analysts.
Sport24.com reported that Orlando Pirates confirmed the latest addition to its technical team on Wednesday afternoon.
Sredojevic said the club had appointed Adams to ensure all its bases were covered ahead of a gruelling season. He said Adams would help to increase the goalscoring ability of the club’s strikers and would thereby help the team take control of its own fate.
Pirates have made it clear that it aims to win the PSL this season and also wants to win the 2019 CAF Champions League. The club qualified for the African tournament after finishing second in the local league last season.
The Buccaneers faithful will be hoping that the club’s current upswing continues and it ends the current four-year trophy drought.
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