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The former Bafana striker and current Golden Arrows assistant coach has opted to further his coaching knowledge in England

After being one of the best strikers in South African history, Bartlett is determined to continue learning and mastering his craft as a coach.

The former Charlton and Kaizer Chiefs player has been in England for two weeks. According to Goal's source at Arrows, Bartlett is doing a Uefa License A.

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“He has been gone for two weeks to do a Uefa Licence A coaching course which takes about two weeks. He is still a part of the club and we are supporting him fully in his endeavours as he is upgrading himself,” said the source.

Bartlett won the Premier League Goal of the season award with Charlton Athletic in 2000-01, before returning home to play for Kaizer Chiefs in South Africa.

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