Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos has revealed that he intends to have a meeting with Kaizer Chiefs coach Molefi Ntseki.
This is in relation to the statement Broos made that none of Chiefs players deserved a spot in his Bafana Bafana squad at this point.
What Broos aims to achieve with that meeting is to iron out any differences that might have been caused by the media.
In his address to the media, Broos said he knows that Ntseki is upset with all the quotes attributed to him by the media.
And in particular, a quote that Ntseki hasn’t changed anything at Chiefs since taking as head coach over from Arthur Zwane.
Broos reiterated that he never said that, adding that he would have attacked a colleague on his skills which is something he would never do.
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“After the game against the DR Congo, I’ll go back to Belgium for two weeks, because after that I have October and November. So, I have to be here,” said Broos.
“If I want to see my family, I have to go for two weeks but after those two weeks, I’ll make contact with Ntseki because I know I know him very well.”
“I had a few meetings [with him] when I came here because my first idea was to have him as my assistant but okay, it didn’t work and then came Helman, and I’m very happy.
“So, I know him very well, and I know that he is upset because I said that players don’t deserve, at this point, to be in the Bafana Bafana because of their performances.”
“I didn’t say that he didn’t change anything because then you attack a colleague on his skills, and I will never do that. It’s worse when somebody puts those words in your mouth, and that he has to know. So, I will make contact with him when I come back,” concluded Broos.