Seema appointed Chippa United coach after leaving Bloem Celtic
JOHANNESBURG - Chippa United on Monday confirmed the appointment of Lehlohonolo Seema as head coach on a three-year contract.
He’s appointment to the position comes after he resigned as Bloemfontein Celtic coach on Sunday.
He had been with the Siwelele since 2013.
In a statement confirming his appointment, Chippa said about Seema: “(He) joins the Chilli-Boys from Bloemfontein Celtics FC wherein he put in notable performances and his abilities as a coach at the highest level were evident”.
Chairman of the club, Siviwe Mpengesi, also gave his backing and, “support for Seema and expressed confidence in a winning combination between the Coach and the ambitions of Chippa United FC during his tenure”.
Seema takes over from Rhulani Mokwena, whose loan from Orlando Pirates expired in June.
Chairman of the club, Mr. Siviwe Mpengesi expressed his support for Coach Seema and expressed his confidence in a winning combination between the Coach and the ambitions of Chippa United FC during his tenure.#AyeyeChilliBoysAyeye 🌶🌶— Chippa United FC (@ChippaUnitedFC) July 6, 2020
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