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Official: Chiefs Announce New Head Coach

Kaizer Chiefs have appointed Molefi Ntseki as their new head coach with immediate effect, the club confirmed on Wednesday evening.

The restructuring of the technical team sees Ntseki take over the coaching reigns of the senior team from Coach Arthur Zwane, who returns to the role of assistant coach, together with Dillon Sheppard.

“We would like to congratulate Coach Ntseki and thank him for accepting this huge responsibility. We know it’s not an easy task but we believe his experience and knowledge will help us improve and achieve our goals as Kaizer Chiefs,” Executive Chairman, Dr Kaizer Motaung said in the official statement.

“He has been here for two years, working well with Coaches Arthur and Dillon in his role as Head of Technical, and will now work with them in a different capacity.”

Prior to his appointment, Coach Ntseki served as the Club’s Head of Technical and Youth Development at Chiefs.

“We look forward to Coach Ntseki sharing his experience and ensuring that there is stability in the team while we improve our performance. We will provide him with all the support he needs in this new role,” Chairman Motaung adds.

Meanwhile, Chiefs have appointed former goalkeeper coach Rainer Dinkelacker as a Strategic Adviser in the goalkeeping department of the Club.

The highly experienced and successful Dinkelacker will work with the goalkeeper coaches and the goalkeepers next season.

He will also have the responsibility of advising on all technical operations and developing the strategy for the goalkeeping department from junior to senior teams.

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