Bloemfontein Celtic expect clarity on Luc Eymael’s – News – Africa-News

Posted: 30 March 2017
Time: 11:51

Bloemfontein Celtic should find out today whether their new head coach Luc Eymael can sit on the bench against Polokwane City on Sunday.

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Eymael recently switched alliances from Polokwane, but has been unable to assume his duties at Celtic due to an interdict from the PSL following a complaint from Rise and Shine.

Phunya Sele Sele assistant coach Lehlohonolo Seema hopes the Belgian is cleared for action ahead of the clash at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday (15h00).

“The coach [Eymael] was not around [during the FIFA international break] as he had to go and do his UEFA [Pro License] course, but we had been with him a week and we worked very close and I knew exactly what I was supposed to do during his absence. And I think I did a good job as he was happy after I’ve given him the report back,” Seema tells

“The coach arrived on Sunday and he has been with us the whole week and hopefully today the case can be finished in our favour so the coach can be sitting on the bench next to me in Sunday’s game against Polokwane City.

“I’m not sure what time is the case, but it’s today and late this afternoon we will know how the case has gone and hopefully it will come out with a good positive outcome so that coach can sit and guide the team to victory against his former club.”

Article by: Makhosonke Zuma

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Author : Makhosonke Zuma

Publish date : 30 March 2017 | 9:51 am

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