Pitso Mosimane and Benni McCarthy Congratulate Gavin Hunt on Appointment As New SuperSport United Manager
- Gavin Hunt was recently appointed as the new head coach of SuperSport United for a second time
- Pitso Mosimane and Benni McCarthy have conveyed their good wishes towards Gavin Hunt after his appointment
- Gavin Hunt won three back-to-back titles with SuperSport United and will be looking to replicate that success
The congratulatory messages keep pouring in for Gavin Hunt.
Hunt was unveiled as the new coach of SuperSport United on Thursday, July 7.
Many have welcomed the decision, as Hunt enjoyed great success at the club during his first stint.
Pitso Mosimane and Benni McCarthy have now also delivered their congratulatory messages towards Hunt.
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Both McCarthy and Mosimane are still without jobs themselves.
As reported by iDiskiTimes, Mosimane urged Hunt to “enjoy himself” at the club.
“Top Coaches will always rebound in a strong way. Don’t be shy to dust off that old book that won those trophies. Enjoy yourself,” he said.
Former AmaZulu FC manager Benni McCarthy also conveyed a spirited message to the new coach, Kick Off reported.
"It’s right about time. Finally, a sensible club going for one of Mzansi’s finest coaches. Well done Gavin Hunt, all the best My Coachy," he said.
Hunt won three league titles back to back with SuperSport during his first stint ad will be looking to take the club back to the glory days during his second stint.
Confirmed: Coach Gavin Hunt reunites with former team Supersport United
Gavin Hunt has returned home to his former club SuperSport United.
The appointment was confirmed this morning by the club's chairman Khulu Sibiya.
Hunt won the Castle Premiership title three times in a row with Matsatsantsa between 2008 and 2010.
SuperSport United's hunt for a coach continues, club are interested in a reunion with former manager Gavin Hunt
SuperSport United could be looking to return to their glory days by bringing in the manager that led them there.
Matsatsantsa a Pitori have yet to appoint a new permanent manager after they parted with Katano Tembo last season.
Andre Arendse has been serving as caretaker coach and will be looking to be permanently appointed.
Source: Sports Brief News