De Sa had to be escorted into the tunnel after drawing 1-1 with AmaZulu, and he quit a few days later following Pirates' 2-0 win over Ajax Cape Town
By Ernest Makhaya
Former Orlando Pirates coach Roger de Sa has told Goal that he is talking to a number of teams as he plans to return to coaching as soon as next week.
De Sa resigned as Pirates coach at the end of January after 16 months at the club. He is believed to be on Ajax Cape Town's radar, but the 49-year-old mentor played his cards close to his chest.
"I don't have any news for you at the moment," De Sa told Goal. "I'm talking to a number of clubs, but I will have something for you by Monday next week," he said.
Despite reaching three major Cup finals in his last four months with the Buccaneers, the former Bidvest Wits tactician left without a single gold medal.
However, De Sa remains the youngest South African coach to reach the finals of the Caf Champions League and he was reportedly wanted by a few African clubs including Zamalek.
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