Speaking to Limsportzone, Mthethwa admitted to trying to get Ndoro to train with Baroka, but added that the club management knew about it.
“One of the things I suffered for now is that I didn’t want to be an assistant coach who would be a spy and say stuff about the head coach to the management. When they (management) tried saying stuff I would say no, I can’t talk behind his back, let’s discuss it with the head coach (Wedson Nyirenda),” said Mthethwa.
“That man is very good and I have learnt a lot from him. It’s just that me and him of course we have different characters while the head coach is a soft character, a very nice guy with a lot of knowledge but with me I would say exactly the way it is,” added Mthethwa.
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