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Komphela now coach of Maritzburg

By Nick Said | Jan 07, 2014 | COMMENTS [ 8 ]

Maritzburg United have snapped up Steve Komphela as their new coach, with the former Free State Stars tactician taking his first training session yesterday.

Komphela's agent Tim Sukazi has confirmed to Sowetan that the 46-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with the Team of Choice.

"He has taken his first full training session with the team on Monday, everything is signed and sealed and Steve is very happy to be back coaching in the PSL," Sukazi said.

United had earmarked Komphela, who was surprisingly sacked by Stars last month, as their number one candidate for the vacant post after the KwaZulu-Natal side parted ways with Clinton Larsen after just nine games in charge.

Komphela's first task will be to try to restore confidence in a squad that has just a single win in their past 11 matches and currently sits one place above the relegation play-off position on goal difference.

Komphela must also rejuvenate a squad that has seven players over the age of 30 and just four 21 years old or younger. United have managed just 12 goals this season in 15 games; only bottom side Lamontville Golden Arrows have scored fewer (10).

His first match in charge will be an away match against University of Pretoria on February 5, before they host defending champions Kaizer Chiefs six days later.

Komphela is taking charge of his fifth Premier Soccer League club after spells with Manning Rangers, Ea Lla Koto, Dynamos and Platinum Stars.

He led the South African Under-20 and Under-23 teams on a full-time basis.

He was also caretaker coach of Bafana Bafana for two matches between the reigns of Pitso Mosimane and Gordon Igesund in June 2012.

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Hahahahaha. By the time he is finished all Maritzburg players will be POETS, but most importantly they will understand the PHILOSOPHY and FUNDAMENTALS of the game, and they will be well equiped to become GOOD future COACHES.

Jan 07, 2014 7:31 | 0 replies

Jerrrrr even a builder who does not know where his next contract will come from is better off then a PSL coach....Here today gone tomorrow..Goodluck Steve,Mr Larsen i guess you be chilling until your phone rings with some desperate club erquesting your services.Hardy coach..

Jan 07, 2014 8:4 | 0 replies

Thank you lord, his name was getting linked with my team a lot latley and i didnot like that at all

Jan 07, 2014 8:38 | 0 replies

His first match in charge will be an away match against University of Pretoria on February 5, before they host defending champions Kaizer Chiefs six days later
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Bra Steve, February 11 is coming remember what happend in Qwqqwa, in December 2013.

Jan 07, 2014 8:40 | 0 replies

I wish u luck Steve,but not against Chiefs.

Jan 07, 2014 8:41 | 0 replies

I said it, you won't be job less for ever. But chiefs will always give you headeche and sleepless nights.

Jan 07, 2014 9:1 | 0 replies

speru5
I said it, you won't be job less for ever. But chiefs will always give you headeche and sleepless nights.


how about
steve gives Chiefs an early chreistmas and chiefs hand steve a hefty christamas bonus??

Jan 07, 2014 9:32 | 0 replies

@Thaba
Hahahahaha. By the time he is finished all Maritzburg players will be POETS, but most importantly they will understand the PHILOSOPHY and FUNDAMENTALS of the game, and they will be well equiped to become GOOD future COACHES.
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Jerrrrrrrrrr. He's a good orator hey?

Jan 07, 2014 1:43 | 0 replies