Former Golden Arrows talented winger Lucky Sibeko believes he has contributed enough to football and he is satisfied with what he has achieved up to this far.
‘Y2K’ as he is affectionately known in football circles is part of Durban FC’s technical team, who are campaigning in the ABC Motsepe KwaZulu Natal League.
“You know I’m satisfied with what I have achieved, because I’m here and very happy with what I’m doing,” Sibeko told FARPost.
He is the assistant coach to Thami Ngubane at the club.
With him nurturing young players whom he wants to turn into professional players, the former skillful winger has emphasized the importance of discipline to young and coming professional players.
“What I can say is for them to rub shoulders with me (a former PSL player) inspires them to improve and listen so that they can be in a better level in football.
“I am encouraging them to stay disciplined and motivate them to believe in themselves and their abilities. That’s why I’m here to help them become professional football players one day,” added Sibeko.
The former fan-favorite would love to coach in the professional ranks in the near future.
“Yes, I believe that one day I’ll see myself maybe coaching in the GladAfrica Championship, but I have to start here I must make my mark here,” concluded Sibeko.
By Wonga Sirayi
FARPost’s KZN Reporter