MALUKA KEEN ON SA COACH­ING ROLE

Soccer Laduma - - Weekly Roundup -

Leroy Maluka is keen on tak­ing up a coach­ing role in South Africa, ei­ther in the PSL or NFD.

Maluka has been ply­ing his trade in Europe, hav­ing taken on a coach­ing role at Tam­pere United in Fin­land. The Cape Town-born Maluka, who holds a UEFA B coach­ing li­cence, has suc­cess­fully man­aged to save the club from rel­e­ga­tion, af­ter tak­ing up the team’s head coach­ing role in June.

“Our sea­son has ended here in Fin­land and I man­aged to save the team from rel­e­ga­tion. I’m also in­ter­ested in join­ing any club back in South Africa as an as­sis­tant or head coach since my fu­ture at this point is un­clear as I’m ne­go­ti­at­ing with a cou­ple of clubs,” Maluka told the Siya crew.

Maluka has been in Fin­land since 2010, where he played for eight years, be­fore tak­ing on a coach­ing role ear­lier this year.

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