Pirates set to appoint new goalkeeper coach

Alex Heredia (Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix)

Orlando Pirates are said to be toying with an idea of getting a new goalkeeping coach after the recent blunders by Wayne Sandilands.

A former Pirates keeper Patson Banda has also heavily criticised current incumbent Vukusic Ivica, saying he was not the right man for the job.

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“Banda’s criticism came when the management were already starting to worry about the goalkeeping in the team. Things have never been good since (the late) Alex Revoredo left. The team needs a strong goalkeeper coach who will win the confidence of the players and motivate them to do better,” said a source.

Another source said former Bafana goalkeeper coach Alex Heredia could make a surprise return to the Buccaneers soon.

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