Chippa United assistant coach Zipho Dlangalala says he would like to leave a legacy that is of a technically self-sustainable club.
Zipho, who has honours in Human Movement Science Studies graduate with majors in Sports Psychology and Coaching, joined the Chilli Boys at the beginning of the year following a short spell with Orlando Pirates.
The club’s assistant coach says his aim is to contribute by helping the club become self-sustainable and a club which can produce the best home-grown talent in the country.
‘I have enjoyed my stay at the Club since day one. I did not think twice when I was approached to come down to Port Elizabeth, for me it was just a matter of administration,’ Dlangalala told the Chippa United website.
‘The legacy I want to leave at Chippa United Football Club is that of a Club that is self-sustainable technically and otherwise,” continued Dlangalala.
‘This Club must continue to produce the best home-grown players and coaches; the sought after coaches and this is a contribution I want to make during my stay here.’
Chippa United will next take on Baroka in the Absa Premiership on Tuesday.
Kick-off has been scheduled for 19:30.
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