- Chippa United as seen many coaches join the team and then simply get fired or leave the team for their own best interest
- Over the last eight years alone, the team has seen a whopping 22 coaches coming, surviving for a short period of time, and leaving
- Dan "Dance" Masilela will be the 28th coach the team has seen in just over 8 years after his return to the team was announced last Sunday
Chippa United seem to have a tough time finding and keeping a suitable coach. Over the last week, the team has been dealing with coach drama after sacking Dan "Dance" Masilela due to an underwhelming performance at the start of the Dstv Premiership.
Recent reports have cited that Masilela however has been brought back on to the team after it seems the team has given up on signing Belgium football coach Luc Eymael who also came with a fair share of drama last week.
Meanwhile, all this back and forth has added to the high amount of coaches that have tried to help the team make a name for itself over the last eight years. According to reports, 22 men in total have been a coach a Chippa United in just over 8 years.
Timeslive reports that Manqoba Mngqithi, Julius Dube, Roger Sikhakhane, Farouk Abrahams, Wilfred Mugeyi, Mark Harrison, Ian Palmer, Vladislav Heric, Kosta Papic, Roger Sikhakhane (caretaker, then full-time) and Ernst Middendorp are only a few of the coaches that have headed the team over the years.
Meanwhile, in other Briefly.co.za sports news, former Golden Arrows defender Musa Bilankulu has just joined Pondo Chiefs as the team's latest addition. According to South African news reports, the seasonal Mzani player has joined the team on a six-month contract.
It was also reported that he has been given the option to renew the contract with the team should he feel like it is the best decision for himself and the team. Bilankulu has also expressed delight at his new team and contract.
According to the talented player, it feels good for him to be joining Pondo Chiefs. He has also said that he feels at home with the team, adding that everyone has offered him a very warm welcome on board.
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