Former Kaizer Chiefs hardman targets Amakhosi coaching job

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande has set his sights on a new goal post-retirement: coaching.

The Zimbabwean footballer, who left a lasting legacy on the field, is now aiming to make an impact from the sidelines.

Katsande, who played for Kaizer Chiefs for over a decade, has expressed his desire to coach both his former club and his national team, the Warriors.

In an interview with broadcaster Robert Marawa on the Marawa Sports Worldwide show, Katsande revealed his plans for the future.

He disclosed that he is currently working towards obtaining his CAF C coaching badge, a crucial step in his coaching journey.

“I’m going to do my CAF C (coaching badge) in June,” Katsande stated, highlighting his commitment to furthering his coaching education.

When asked about his aspirations to coach the Warriors and Kaizer Chiefs, Katsande didn’t hesitate to express his ambition. “Yes, I want to coach the Warriors and Kaizer Chiefs too,” he affirmed.

He emphasized that his current involvement with South African fourth-division side Crystal Lake FC as part of the club’s technical team has given him valuable experience and insight into coaching.

“I want to give back to my country,” he affirmed, reflecting his commitment to leaving a lasting legacy both on and off the field.

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