Hugo Kroos not Boss, new Bafana coach. Is he a good candidate for the job?

This is the question the 69-year-old Belgian, will have to answer on the field of play.

Despite boasting a good record having won the 2017 Afcon with Cameroon, Broos will have to hit the ground running with Bafana expected to prepare for 2022 WC kicking off next month.

“After South Africa did not qualify for the Afcon, this is the moment to start to rebuild a younger team – which may have some difficulties to qualify for the next World Cup – but will be ready maybe to play an important role one year later in Afcon,” he addressed SA media upon his appointment.

Some believe he might have zest and discipline that is needed in Bafana, whilst on the other hand, some say he will fail from the start. We wait with abated breath…

On the issue of contract he said, “it would certainly make no sense to give Broos a five-year contract and then fire him after failing to take Bafana to the World Cup after just six qualifying games”.

Bafana, who failed to qualify for Afcon this year, are in the same group as Ghana, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia for WC qualifiers.

Will Broos have the full backing of Safa, and of the PSL clubs? And will he be able to choose the best options when it comes to South Africa’s players based overseas?

Well, Mr Broos, will you be a boss at the end of the WC qualifiers? One thing for certain- welcome to Sodom and Gomorra!

Image (Hugo Broos, new Bafana coach. Only time will tell if he’s a right man for one of the hottest seats in SA)?

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