- Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer expressed his vision for the club
- The German touched on his experience in Europe and signalled his intention to win titles at Pirates
- Zinnbauer also mentioned that he came up against Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp in the Bundesliga and cited him as an example of how coaches can develop
Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer has made a dream start to life in Soweto.
The 49-year-old even made history when Pirates scored four goals to beat Polokwane City.
Ahead of the toughest test of his PSL career, Zinnbauer was in bullish mood when speaking of his ambitions at the club.
Zinnbauer said, “I am hungry to win titles.”
TimesLIVE reported that Zinnbauer touched on his previous silverware success in the lower echelons of European football.
The German said, "It’s not in the Bundeliga‚ but in my other clubs I won the championship not just one time."
Zinnbauer also talked up his success at St Gallen in the Swiss league and emphasised that it remains the oldest active football club in continental Europe.
Zinnbauer cited the example of Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp as someone who has developed into a great coach from humble beginnings.
Zinnbauer added, "Jurgen Klopp‚ I played against him at Mainz. In this time I never gave him a chance as a good coach – now he’s the best in the world maybe."
The German tactician conceded that football remains a results-based business, irrespective of the improvement on the training ground.
Based on results alone, Briefly.co.za gathered Zinnbauer already has the Bucs fans on his side.
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