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Kaizer Chiefs plotting move for Young Africans coach Nabi

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Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly interested in acquiring the services of Young Africans [Yanga] coach Nasreddine Nabi.

The Soweto giants seem convinced that Nabi is the right person to lead the club back to its glory days.

The Tunisian coach proved his mettle by recently clinching the Tanzania Premier League with Yanga and reaching the final of the CAF Confederation Cup, where they lost to USM Alger over two legs.

Furthermore, Nabi will feature in the Azam FA Cup final scheduled for Monday.

Kaizer Chiefs reach out to Coach Nabi

With that said, Kaizer Chiefs reached out to coach Nabi to enquire about his availability even though the coaching job at Chiefs is not vacant with Arthur Zwane the man at the helm.

However, Zwane had a first season to forget at Kaizer Chiefs as the club failed to win any silverware to extend their trophy draught to eight years.

Yanga coach Nabi with the club’s president Hersi Said Ally discussing Kaizer Chiefs

Amakhosi also failed to qualify for the CAF inter-club competition finishing the 2022/23 season in fifth place with 12 defeats in the DStv Premiership under the guidance of Zwane.

Zwane still has two years left on his contract and indications are that the Chiefs management are eager to make changes to the technical team.

According to SoccerNews24 sources, Nabi and the Amakhosi management including Bobby Motaung and Kaizer Jnr had a virtual meeting.

“The meeting was mainly for Chiefs to get to know the coach, his philosophy, and whether he believes he can change the team and win a trophy,” said the source.

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“Chiefs and Nabi will meet soon to talk more after Yanga’s league trophy parade; celebrations this weekend in Dar es Salam.”

Nabi joined Yanga in 2021 on an 18-month deal from Sudanese giants Al-Merrikh. He

will be out of contract in July and the club is yet to extend the tactician’s stay.

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