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Solly Luvhengo is almost certain to be appointed head coach of Majimbos on a full time ahead of the 2011 African Under-17 Championships qualifiers.
This is after he won two international competitions on the trot in less than two months, one in South Africa and the second in Botswana.
In Gaborone at the weekend, the brand-new South African under-17 national soccer side were crowned the inaugural Botswana Four Nations Cup champions.
It all started with a feast of goals when they hammered Botswana B 16-0 in their opening match to make their intentions clear.
On Saturday Majimbos beat Lesotho 4-0 and completed the three-day tournament with a 7-4 win over Botswana A on Sunday night.
Botswana B were roped in as a last-minute replacement after Zambia failed to turn up.
In March, Majimbos won the inaugural Human Rights Day Tournament in Sharpeville.
Luvhengo was appointed caretaker coach in February after Teboho Moloi's contract expired and was not renewed by the federation.
"I served as an assistant to the previous coach, Serame Letsoaka, for five years and also worked with Teboho in the same capacity, I feel I'm now ready," said Luvhengo.
The development coach at SuperSport United has also worked as a technical staff member of the under-12 national side and Amajita.
He is expected to meet Safa chief executive Raymond Hack to discuss his contract sometime next week.
Hack could not be reached for comment as he was attending a Local Organising Committee board meeting in Sandton.
Regarding preparations for the 2011 African Under-17 Championships qualifiers, Luvhengo said the plan was to play a series of friendlies.
"We are not going to be extravagant and ask for too many things from Safa, we will start by playing against our neighbouring countries.
"As from February, the plan is to play against giants like Nigeria, Ghana, Egypt and Cameroon to gauge our strengths and weaknesses."