Aaron Dube in Johannesburg, South Africa
FORMER Dynamos defender, Kaitano Tembo,says he is enjoying working with SuperSport juniors in South Africa.
He also coaches the team’s reserve team, which plays in the MultiChoice Diski Challenge.
Tembo played for several seasons for SuperSport United and also captained the side.
He believes his vast knowledge of the game will help the team’s juniors. The former Dynamos hardman was roped in as the the juniors’ coach, soon after the departure of Gavin Hunt, two seasons ago.
Under Hunt, he was assistant coach of the first team.
The arrival of Cavin Johnson forced the club to relegate Tembo to the juniors.
Tembo said: “I’m enjoying where I am. Coaching these youngsters makes me proud as I love to identify
talent. There’re many of them in the development side that will make it through to the Absa Premiership. It’s not easy to select the final team as all my juniors are good players and have great potential in the beautiful game.”
Tembo said he is doing well with both juniors and the reserve side.
He says his players have adapted to his style of play.