New Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer insists that he is ready to make the Buccaneers a great club again.
The German tactician was appointed as the Buccaneers head coach after putting pen to paper on a three-year contract.
However, Rhulani Mokwena will continue to serve as interim head coach until Zinnbauer’s work permit has been granted.
Zinnbauer is expected to be on the bench when the Soweto giants welcome Black Leopards to Orlando Stadium on 21 December for their final Absa Premiership game of 2019.
‘I like a dominant and passionate style of play and ball possession is important to me,’ Zinnbauer said in his first club interview.
‘There is a quality with our players and we have to reach the team’s full potential with discipline, hard work and dedication.
‘I expect everyone at the club to give their best as I will give mine. It will not be easy but we’ll do our best to make Pirates great again.
‘What I can promise to the Pirates fans, I will work hard with passion for this great club.
‘I am very happy to wear the Orlando Pirates colours.’
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