Zuma to have a roll at SuperSport United after retirement

While most players find it hard to make a living when they hang up their boots, SuperSport United Director Stanley Matthews has declared that he has plans for Sibusiso Zuma
Speaking exclusively to Goal, Matthews said that SuperSport United would love to use the services of the former Bafana forward's knowledge on the game once he retires.

“Rhee is a fantastic person on and off the field. He can be a good brand for the club, because he played at the highest level and won accolades. We are yet to discuss the exact role for him at the club," Matthews told Goal.

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"In the past we have roped in former players in our structures. The likes of Ricardo Katza and Kaitano Tembo have been handed roles as development coaches after they hanged up their boots,” said Matthews.

Zuma was recently honoured in Denmark for his outstanding role in helping FC Copenhagen win the league over a decade ago. His spectacular goal against Danish rivals Brondby was voted as goal of the season and he was also voted the player of the season in the year 2001.

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