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48 coaches in 41 years for Amakhosi

By Mark Gleeson | Apr 13, 2012 | COMMENTS [ 179 ]

THE departure of Vladimir Vermezovic will mark the 49th coaching change made by Kaizer Chiefs in the Soweto club's four-decade history.

Vermezovic was the latest in a long list of foreigners at the helm of the club - it is now 20 years since Amakhosi appointed a South African on a permanent, rather than caretaker basis.

The changing coaches in chronological order from start of the club's history:

1. Thomas Johnson: 1971

2. Thomas Johnson-Kaizer Motaung: 1972

3. Kaizer Motaung: 1973-1974

4. Elkiam Khumalo: 1974

5. Eddie Lewis: 1974-1976

6. Elkiam Khumalo: 1976

7. Thomas Johnson: 1976

8. Elkiam Khumalo: 1976

9. Eddie Lewis: 1976

10. Kaizer Motaung: 1977-1978

11. Mario Tuani: 1979-1980

12. Eddie Lewis: 1980

13. Chris Ngcobo: 1981

14. Elkiam Khumalo: 1981

15. Joseph Setlhodi: 1982

16. Eddie Lewis: 1983

17. Elkiam Khumalo-Jackie Masike: 1983

18. Oscar Casares: 1983

19. Joe Frickleton: 1984-85

20. Shaka Ngcobo: 1985

21. Eddie Lewis: 1985

22. Ted Dumitru: 1985-1988

23. Jack Chamangwana: 1988

24. Jeff Butler: 1988-1989

25. Jack Chamangwana: 1989

26. Augusto Palacios: 1990

27. Jeff Butler: 1991

28. Nelson Dladla: 1991

29. Wiseman Mbale: 1992

30. Jeff Butler: 1992

31. Sergio dos Santos: 1993

32. Nelson Dladla-Ryder Mofokeng: 1993

33. Geoff Hudson: 1993

34. Philippe Troussier: 1994

35. Trott Moloto: 1994

36. August Palacios: 1995

37. Jeff Butler: 1995-1996

38. Walter da Silva: 1996

39. Wellington Manyathi: 1997

40. Paul Dolezar: 1997-1999

41. Jacob Sephoa: 1999

42. Muhsin Ertugral: 1999-2002

43. Doctor Khumalo-Donald Khuse: 2002-2003

44. Ted Dumitru: 2003-2005

45. Ernst Middendorp: 2005-2007

46. Kosta Papic: 2007

47. Muhsin Ertugral: 2007-2009

48. Vladimir Vermezovic: 2009-2012

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Woman breaks into home to breastfeed another mom's baby
A South Dakota woman woke up Easter Sunday to an unexpected sight, and it wasn't the Easter bunny: It was a stranger who allegedly picked up her baby and tried to breastfeed the infant without permission.
The bizarre incident happened about 5 a.m. Sunday in Brookings, S.D., local radio station KJJQ-AM reports.
A woman called 911 to say she'd woken up to find a strange woman in her bedroom.
The 24-year-old stranger reached for the woman's 2-month-
the baby's mom sprang to action.
The mother took her baby back from the stranger who had broken in to breastfeed the infant. News reports do not indicate if a struggle ensued.
But not surprisingly, the stranger was intoxicated, police say.
After giving up the child, the allegedly drunk stranger then lay down on the woman's bed.
The stranger stayed there -- perhaps she slept like a baby? -- until police arrived and took her to jail.
The stranger, whose identity has not been released, was arrested in connection with unlawful occupancy, KJJQ reports.
Also known as criminal trespass, it's a misdemeanor in South Dakota, when a person "enters or remains in any building or structure surreptitiously" and "know[s] that he or she is not privileged to do so."
Once a prosecutor reviews the case, the stranger could also possibly face an assault charge for grabbing the baby and attempting to breastfeed. In general, a person is guilty of assault if she intended to put another person in fear of imminent harm.
In this case, though, the stranger's alleged intoxication may stand in the way of an assault charge, if she couldn't form the intent needed to commit an assault.
Regardless, the startled mother and 2-month-old baby were apparently unharmed in the bizarre breastfeeding break-in. It's an Easter the mother will never forget.

Apr 13, 2012 11:29 | 0 replies

@Stzee
sdakwa
Morning to all the fellow bloggers and good luck to all the teams that will be playing in the nedbank cup during the weekend
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thats your pay off line..........., we dont need luck my rat friend cause on monday you will be going on about how lucky we were..
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Luck is part of the game my broda. 60% effort and 40% luck. Anyway, let me rather say, may the best teams on the day go through to the next round. Does that sound better Stzee?

Apr 13, 2012 11:1 | 0 replies

SKIZOBANTWANA
@Rattex da @ssholle
kwaaaaaaaaaa kwaaaaaaaa kwaaaaaaaaa.. yazi its hard for me to stop laughing.. Arckemans nogaal..?
uphapha mahala moes yong.. lmao

Empty head ke mmau
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@sshole, i know what an empty tim sounds like now. I bought a Coke and when i finished drink it, i kicked it. I finally understood what your head really sounds like and also felt your pain of not having any soccer balls during childhood *empty head*

Apr 13, 2012 10:58 | 0 replies

TupacAmaru
Into_nje_Master_mind!
Kaizer Chiefs is the best team in Africa.....study reveals!
Since it was formed it won many trophies than Pierats....a fact!
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The moment you start singing "In My Time" just know that you are down and out.
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No no Chief, we are not down and out, two trophies are still ahead of us this season......Our Culture...Atleast win one trophy per Season....not like others who waited for 10 years to win a trophy.

Apr 13, 2012 10:55 | 0 replies

pathetic team, pathetic articles, pathetic players, pathetic fans, pathetic points, pathitec management and pathetic dance moves!!!!

Apr 13, 2012 10:54 | 0 replies

Mxm... useless info!

Apr 13, 2012 10:53 | 0 replies

glamourboy
@Skizo

@Skgamaboy !!!
Hey b loody Zebra, don't you know that the Sowetan Editor is also supporting Ch!mpanzeees.. that's why you're involved in so many articles.
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The truth hurts and i understand and I wont allow you drag me down to your level because you will beat me with experience
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Leave that Hout -kop alone Khosi he always eat an extra bowl of stupid every morning

Apr 13, 2012 10:53 | 0 replies

@Khosination

We are spoilt of choice today we rule the media i mean 3 articles dedicated to to the National Team wow.
That's royal treatment in deed for us and which is some thing will not be done for other minnows.

Rise Khosi Rise- spoilt of choice

Apr 13, 2012 10:51 | 0 replies

Sowetan, it is not 48 choaches toe, stop misleading us. some names are repeating so that doesn't make it 48 coaches.

Apr 13, 2012 10:50 | 0 replies

@Into_nje_Master_mind!
Kaizer Chiefs is the best team in Africa.....study reveals!
Since it was formed it won many trophies than Pierats....a fact!
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and it still continues to harmer Bucs on the dance floor ka Jika-maJika!!

Apr 13, 2012 10:50 | 0 replies

LESSON1
@Into_nje_Master_mind!
Kaizer Chiefs is the best team in Africa.....study reveals!
Since it was formed it won many trophies than Pierats....a fact!
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and it still continues to harmer Bucs on the dance floor ka Jika-maJika!!
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Well, is God given talent to be good at everything, dont you think so?

Apr 13, 2012 11:6 | 0 replies