By Omolagba Oluwayemi
Sports Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
With the South Africa’s coaching post currently vacant following the dismissal of Molefi Ntseki which failed to qualify them for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations finals, South Africa’s all-time leading goal scorer Benni McCarthy has admitted he would consider being the next coach of the Bafana Bafana.
The 43 years old is currently in charge of Premier Soccer League side AmaZulu which is his second coaching job in South Africa after first coaching Cape Town City.
“As much as I love the day-to-day antics about managing players working on a daily basis and improving them my national team is struggling so if there is a chance for me to take the reins and take the South African job I would think about it,” he said.
“I would really think hard about it because nothing would make me prouder than to manage my country and qualify us to a World Cup tournament.
“That would be one of the highlights of your managing career even though it is such a short space of time but it is something that I am thinking about and would consider if the opportunity comes.”
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