Newly appointed Baroka DStv Diski Challenge (DDC) coach Kgoloko Thobejane has expressed his excitement on his return to a club where he calls ‘home’.
Thobejane finalised his return to Bakgaga on Tuesday after three years since he was dismissed for ‘misconduct.’
The 2015/16 first division winning coach will be in charge of the club’s DDC side from the beginning of next season on a season-long contract.
Speaking to FARPost on Tuesday, Thobejane insists that, at Bakgaga, that’s where he belongs.
“To all the supporters, Baroka family and the Chairman (Khurishi Mphahlele), I am happy to be back where I belong and I am ready for any challenge,” said Thobejane.
The former school teacher is known for producing players such as Thabiso Kutumela, Veli Mothwa, Lantshane Phalane and Gift Motupa and he tells this publication that he wants to carry on where he left off.
“I will make it a point that whatever we do, we do it in perfection. I am here to make things happen. We will dig deeper to make sure that whatever we want to produce must be the best of the best, not just mediocre. We need the best,” added Thobejane.
Although Baroka’s season in the DDC is over, Thobejane is expected to start work with immediate effect to prepare for next season.
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By Ofhani Munyai