Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Sibusiso’ Spoko’ Dlamini has been appointed head coach at Eswatini National First Division (NFD) outfit Seven Dreams.
Dlamini will be replacing the long-serving Tobias Ntuli, who has since joined Vovovo FC.
The club’s communications officer Ndumiso Zwane confirmed Dlamini’s appointment to local publication, Eswatini Observer.
“It is true we have acquired the services of ‘Spoko’,” said Zwane.
“I cannot divulge other details because it’s between the two parties. We are hopeful he will play a crucial role in our quest to gain promotion to the elite league,” he said.
The 40-year-old who played for over 11 years in South Africa for clubs such as Black Leopards, Chiefs, Swallows, Mamelodi Sundowns and Mpumalanga Black Aces officially retired as a player in 2014 playing for Mhlambanyatsi Rovers in his native country.
He retired having been capped 14 times by ‘Sihlangu Semnikati’ with just one goal.
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By Ofhani Munyai