Malawian football legend John Maduka and his caretaker co-coach Lehlohonolo Seema could be offered a permanent deal at South Africa’s Premiership side Bloemfontein Celtic should they manage to turn around the fortunes of the club.
Celtic Chief Executive Officer Khumbulani Konco said this as more coaches show interest for the job after parting ways with Dreamed Latsoaka.
“We want to give Hloni and Maduka a chance if they do well there won’t be reason to appoint a new coach,” he told Kickoff.
“We have received many applications and it is the first time I have seen many applications.”
But the former Bush Bucks, Celtic and Malawi national team captain, who is the team manager for the team, said he was not interested to become coach in the long term.
Maduka and Seema started their rescue campaign on a bad note after losing 2-1 to Cape Town City in their first game in charge.
Celtic are on position 12 in the 16 team league with a measly 5 points from six games having won once, two draws and three losses.