Moloi linked with Or­lando Pi­rates re­turn af­ter Chippa United exit

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Nick­named ‘Te­bza Ng­wana’, Moloi has had sev­eral stints at Bucs as the as­sis­tant coach.

SouthAfrican­foot­bal­l­le­gendTe­boho Moloi has been linked with a re­turn to Or­lando Pi­rates.

This is af­ter the for­mer Pi­rates mid­field­er­part­ed­wayswith­Chip­paUnited nearly a month af­ter be­ing ap­pointed as­sis­tant coach.

Moloi's de­par­ture from the Chilli Boys has height­ened spec­u­la­tion that he's about to be re­united with coach Mi­lutin 'Mi­cho' Sre­do­je­vic at Pi­rates.

Cur­rent Uganda coach Sre­do­je­vic will re­port­edly re­place be­lea­guered in­cum­bent Kjell Jonevret‚ who is likely to be fired af­ter the Car­ling Black La­bel Cup clash with Kaizer Chiefs onSatur­day.DanMale­sela,theChippa head coach, con­firmed that Moloi had left the club as the two had dif­fer­ences in coach­ing meth­ods.“I can con­firm that he (Moloi) has left the club be­cause there were dif­fer­ences be­tween me and him in terms of a coach­ing method­ol­ogy‚" Male­sela told Times Live. "It is not a big deal but I did not want to make the same mis­take I made in the past of work­ing with peo­ple who didn't share the same be­liefs on how we should do things," he said.

For­mer Mamelodi Sun­downs and Pi­rates cap­tain Male­sela is now look­ing for an as­sis­tant, who shares his foot­ball phi­los­o­phy. "I have a huge re­spon­si­bil­ity to this club‚ the play­ers and the fans and I have to make sure that I am on the same page with who­ever I work with from a tech­ni­cal point of view," Male­sela added.

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