Cavin Johnson, a South African, now works for the Egyptian Premier League as Al Ahly's assistant coach. He takes pride in his exceptional qualifications and vast football coaching experience. Cavin Johnson's teams, which were coached in South Africa's Premier Soccer League, include SuperSport United, Platinum Stars, AmaZulu, and Black Leopards. How much is Cavin Johnson salary at Al Ahly? Please read on to find out.
In Cavin Johnson latest news, he will be Pitso Mosimane's assistant at Al Ahly. It is alleged that Pitso's first choice was Sundowns' Rhulani Mokwena, but Rhulani declined the offer. Mosimane announced the good news in October 2020 via Twitter. He was allowed to choose three members of his backroom staff to join him, and he found that Johnson is the best candidate to complete the Red Devils' technical team alongside Musi Matlaba (performance analyst) and Kabelo Rangoaga (fitness trainer).
Cavin Johnson profile summary
- Full name: Cavin Dennis Johnson
- Date of birth: 11th November 1958
- Age: 62 years
- Career: Football coach
- Nationality: South African
Cavin Johnson biography
Cavin Johnson age is 62 years. He was born on 11th November 1958 in Johannesburg, South Africa. According to Transfermrkt's Cavin Johnson stats, his preferred formation lies at 4-4-2. Is he married? Cavin Johnson wife has three children from him.
Johnson won the South African Premier Division Coach of the Month in September/October 2015 and November/December 2018. His coaching qualifications include a Dutch FA (KNVB) certificate, SAFA Level III Pro Licence, and a Brazil FA Advanced Course certificate. CelebrityAgeWiki estimates Cavin Johnson net worth as $1–5 Million.
Cavin served as a youth and assistant coach for Ajax Cape Town, Mamelodi Sundowns, and Platinum Stars before he was made the Platinum Stars' head coach in 2012. He replaced Gavin Hunt in SuperSport United after Platinum Stars won PSL in the first season of his coaching.
The PSL coach served SuperSport in the 2013/14 season and returned to Platinum Stars in March 2015 after SuperSport sacked him. Platinum dropped to the third and ninth positions in the 2015/16 and 2016/17 PSL seasons respectively under his watch.
Cavin left the renowned club and replaced AmaZulu's PSL head coach, Joey Antipas, on 8th August 2017. AmaZulu fired him in August 2019 because the club never won a match since April 2019, and it also performed poorly in the 2019/20 PSL season.
Black Leopards' coach, Luc Eymael, quit on 27th December 2019. Cavin Johnson Amazulu coach was the right candidate to step into his shoes on 29th December 2019. The club suspended him because of the team's poor performance and fired him on 31st January 2020.
How much does Cavin Johnson Al Ahly earn?
Pitso Mosimane earns between R50 to R54 Million annually. He will be serving the club for two years. A source revealed to TimesLIVE that North African teams pay good salaries and that Al Ahly takes great care of their employees because it is a prominent soccer club.
South Africans are certain that even though Cavin Johnson salary at Al Ahly will be lower than Mosimane's, he will still earn a lot more than what he has been receiving in South Africa. In other Cavin Johnson news, he was hospitalized for two days for suffering a heart attack on 31st January 2020.
Cavin Johnson has a lucrative opportunity in Egypt after enduring tough times in South Africa. Life has given him another chance to fulfil his ambitions after surviving the fatal heart attack. South Africans are proud of him because he will bring a positive impact on the country's football industry when he returns from Egypt.
In other sports news from Briefly.co.za, the 52-year-old Daniel Mudau trusts that Themba Zwane can break his record of 110 goals. Madau is impressed by Zwane's performance. The player scored seven goals in seven PSL matches and won several awards and nominations in the recent award ceremonies.
Madau, aka Mabush, is Mamelodi Sundowns' top scorer in its history. He secured three Premier Soccer League (PSL) titles for Brazilians during his time of glory. Reactions from South Africans concur with Madau's opinion.