Former Orlando Pirates coach Muhsin Ertugral has exclusively told EWN Sport he would love to get the opportunity to coach Bafana Bafana.
Ertugral has been available since resigning as Pirates coach in November, following the team’s 6-1 hiding by Supersport United.
The former Kaizer Chiefs coach’s only international experience is with Congo, who he coached in 1995 and 1996.
He says as a Bafana coach, you get to work with the cream of the crop in the country.
“I think that any coach would love to do that. You have the possibility to choose the best players that you have at your disposal in the country. And I think in South Africa, myself, I’ve produced more than 60 players from the youth section in professional football and lot of them became international.”
He says no coach could ever say no to an opportunity to coach a national team.
“And for any coach it’s a privilege and honour and obviously these decisions have to be taken by respective organisations.”
Ertugral says his knowledge and experience in the Premier Soccer League puts him in good stead.


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