CAF manual deals a blow to SA coaches in interclub tournament

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Coach John Maduka. Picture: Frikkie Kapp / Backpagepix
Coach John Maduka. Picture: Frikkie Kapp / Backpagepix

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Two of the four South African clubs taking part in African interclub competitions will be without their head coaches during their matches because they are in breach of CAF rules.

It is mandatory for all coaches participating in the CAF interclub competitions to have the CAF A coaching licence.

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