Hunt: Former Kaizer Chiefs coach itching to get again to the sphere amid Zanaco hyperlinks

The 56-year-old tactician doesn’t rule out the potential of accepting a job provide from Zambia after a time at Amakhosi a

Former Kaizer Chiefs head coach Gavin Hunt says he is itching to get again on the sphere amid reviews linking him with Zambian membership Zanaco FC.

The veteran tactician is at present unemployed after parting methods with Amakhosi late final month resulting from a poor consequence within the PSL in the course of the 2020/21 marketing campaign.

Latest reviews from Zambia have proven that Hunt will take over as the brand new head coach of the seven-time Zambian champions at Zanaco.

This got here after the Lusaka membership put present coach Chris Kaunda on depart resulting from poor ends in the Zambian Tremendous League.

Hunt has rejected the hypothesis however didn’t rule out accepting a job from the South African nation as he desires to get again into the teaching occupation.

“Zambia? I am simply pondering of a trip in Zanzibar and never Zambia,” stated Hunt on Day by day solar.

“Severely, that is the primary time I’ve heard of it. I can’t say whether or not I might settle for such a proposal. However sure, I need to begin working once more. “

Hunt, as an professional for SuperSport TV, analyzed the present Euro 2020 video games along with African soccer legends corresponding to Austin ‘Jay-Jay’ Okocha, Sammy Kuffour and Joseph Yobo.

The skilled tactician, who labored as chiefs coach between September 2020 and Might 2021, wish to get a coach job with the brand new PSL marketing campaign 2021/22, which is because of begin in August 2021.

“Soccer is my life, you realize. I am unable to be away from the sport,” added the previous Bidvest Wits head coach.

“I have been taking a while off. I’ve completed some tv work, however I am itching to get again on the sphere.”

Hunt is affiliated with a number of PSL golf equipment together with Orlando Pirates, SuperSport United, Stellenbosch FC and Marumo Gallants (previously often known as Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC).

The Cape City-born tactician started his teaching profession at his hometown membership Seven Stars and later coached Hellenic FC, Black Leopards, Moroka Swallows, SuperSport, Wits and Chiefs.

He is likely one of the most adorned South African coaches to have received 4 PSL titles, two Nedbank Cups, the Telkom Knockout title and the MTN8 trophy.

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