'Do you want an internet coach or a qualified coach?', asks Kaizer Chiefs technical advisor Rob Hutting

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Hutting will provide support to the Amakhosi technical team for the remainder of the season, and he asked to be given enough time to prove himself

Adressing the media for the first time since his appointment as the new technical advisor at Kaizer Chiefs, Rob Hutting refused to go deeper into his background as a coach. 

Research shows that the little-known mentor has never coached at a professional level in his career which spans for over three decades. 

Hutting had a funny way of answering a question about his coaching background. 

"Do you want an internet coach or a qualified coach?" asked Hutting on Wednesday. 

The 62-year-old holds a Uefa Pro Licence, and has worked in no less than three countries in Europe between 1985 and 2017. 

He pleaded with the media to give him at least three months before judging his work at Amakhosi. 

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"For me the question is okay, but I prefer that you come back after three months and ask the same question - that is why I say, please don’t kill the baby before it’s born. I don’t have gaps in my CV. I am not a European who has come here to explain how we play the game. I am here to help the club," he said. 

Hutting admitted that there's still a lot of work to be done for the next six months, but he feels his experience will be enough to help Amakhosi challenge for the league and Nedbank Cup titles this year. 

"There is a lot of work to be done and the club needs experience, that's why I'm here. You can’t have that experience if you have not earned it. I know what the mission is, and I am positive,” concluded Hutting. 

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