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Broos Finally Visits First PSL Club

Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos finally got his wish of visiting a DStv Premiership club after spending time with TS Galaxy this week.

Broos was a guest at The Rockets and addressed the players and technical team after receiving an invite by Galaxy head coach Sead Ramovic.

Since his appointment in 2021, Broos has often been frustrated by the lack of interaction between himself and the PSL clubs, and there has been tension many times, which he often discussed with the media, revealing he has been wanting to set up a meeting with the coaches, but somehow his requests have fallen on deaf ears with the Premier Soccer League leadership.

But those relationships seem to be on the mend, and Broos’ visit was welcomed by Galaxy coach Sead Ramovic.

“It was a pleasure for us to welcome the national coach to our club,” Ramovic told iDiski Times.

“The performance he has achieved as a player and coach is simply incredible.

“AFCON winner, many legue titles in Belgium as a player and coach. Multiple Coach of the Year and playing against Maradona at the World Cup is just incredible.

“It was simply an honour and a privilege to welcome him to our club.”

The club also shared similar sentiments on social media.

“TS Galaxy FC family, we had the privilege of being visited by the legendary Bafana Bafana Coach, Mr. Hugo Broos,” the club posted.

“It was such a great honour, and we, as a collective, will cherish every second spent with us and make the most of all your teachings, Sir.”

Lorenz Kohler
Lorenz Kohler
Lorenz Köhler is an award-winning South African football journalist. Having cut his teeth in the industry working at Kick-Off Magazine, he is now iDiski Times' senior digital content writer. He specialises in breaking top African football stories and transfers with a major focus on the 'big-three' Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates and CAF inter-club and international competitions. In 2021 he was listed amongst the top-five journalists under 30 in Print Media for the AIPS Awards.