Sead Ramovic: TS Galaxy Chairman Backs German Manager to Reignite Kaizer Chiefs' Fortunes

Sead Ramovic: TS Galaxy Chairman Backs German Manager to Reignite Kaizer Chiefs' Fortunes

Robert Abong'o
May 23, 2024 at 9:30 AM
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  • Tim Sukazi believes Sead Ramovic could catalyse Kaizer Chiefs' revival
  • The German manager's success has drawn interest from the Amakhosi
  • The club are in search of a new coach after a number of dull campaigns

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TS Galaxy chairman, Tim Sukazi, has expressed confidence in coach Sead Ramovic's ability to revitalise Kaizer Chiefs - if given the opportunity.

The German-Bosnian coach, known for his strategic prowess, has been linked with a possible move to the struggling Amakhosi.

In an interview on Sports Night Amplified with Andile Ncube, Sukazi acknowledged the rumours of Ramovic's potential switch to Chiefs but said no formal approach had been made yet.

TS Galaxy head coach, Sead Ramovic, is rumoured to be in the interest of Kaizer Chiefs. Photos: iDiski Times.
TS Galaxy head coach, Sead Ramovic, is rumoured to be on the radar of Kaizer Chiefs. Photos: iDiski Times.
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The 45-year-old's successful tenure with TS Galaxy, culminating in the team's ascent to fourth place in the DStv Premiership, has garnered attention and admiration.

His potential move signifies a new chapter for both the coach and the club, with discussions expected to take place in the coming days.

Recent reports from Transfermarkt have suggested Ramovic's impressive track record this season positions him as a strong contender for the head coaching role. With an average of 1.48 points per match, the adept tactician has proven his capability to deliver consistent results.

Chiefs on the hunt for new head coach

Notably, the Chiefs have been exploring various coaching options following Molefi Ntseki's dismissal, with former Mamelodi Sundowns coach, Pitso Mosimane, initially topping their list.

However, the iconic tactician's decision to join Abha Club in Saudi Arabia has left the door open for other candidates to step in and lead the team to success.

Kaizer Motaung Jr, the club's sporting director, promised that a new coaching team would be in place for the 2024/25 season, signalling the start of a major overhaul.

“It’s something we communicated from the onset. [Cavin] Johnson has stepped in on an interim basis, and we’re committed to having a different technical structure next season. But yes, definitely, the plans have long been in motion; we’ll have a different technical structure next season," he said, as reported by Times Live.

Major overhaul anticipated at Kaizer Chiefs

Sports Brief also previously reported that Chiefs could be witnessing a new era in the coming season as reports indicated that no fewer than seven appointments would be made.

Nteski's appointment was criticised and was unpopular due to his lack of a positive track record and before joining Amakhosi, he had never handled a professional side at that level.

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