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Technical Adviser: 'End of Road for Komphela' After Hutting's Arrival?

Johannesburg - Even though reports suggest Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela was heavily involved in the recruitment of the club's new...

Johannesburg - Even though reports suggest Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela was heavily involved in the recruitment of the club's new and untested technical adviser Rob Hutting - his future remains uncertain after seasons of disappointment. 

The Dutchman will assist the Glamour Boys academy and Komphela, who is under pressure to avoid a hat-trick of seasons without silverware in the final year of his contract.

By admitting to a technical adviser, Komphela could have sealed his fate and accepting his failure as head coach of Glamour Boys, a relatively demanding post in the PSL. 

But Komphela has come under heavy fire for failing to deliver, prompting some sections of the media and fans to call for his immediate dismissal, however his employers have remained adamant that the former Bafana captain still has a role to play at the Naturena.  
Steve Komphela Under Constant Pressure at Chiefs 

According to a statement from Chiefs, part of which reads: Coach Steve Komphela who was part of the process of bringing Hutting to Chiefs welcomed Hutting to the club.

“A hearty welcome to Rob and we look forward to his cooperation and contribution to Kaizer Chiefs.”

Chiefs founder Kaizer Motaung said the club must reinforce pillars.

“We now need to reinforce the pillars that have been established and commit to the continued evolution of the club. Thank God, we are blessed to be part of this incredible journey of Kaizer Chiefs,” he said during the club's 48 birthday celebrations recently.

Meanwhile, Amakhosi has revealed that their relationship with Rob commenced in 2017.

"The relationship with Rob (Technical Advisor) started last year in June. We have been doing our research together with the Chairman and the Coach, " said Bobby Motaung.

Chiefs on Tuesday unveiled the little-known Hutting, who will be with the club until the end of the season but may stay on at Naturena.

Hutting is said to hold a UEFA Pro licence and a masters degree from Leuven University. A former midfielder/striker, the 62-year-old has coached lower league teams in Belgium, Holland and Germany.

Komphela's side are eight points adrift of log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns after 16 games, and next host Polokwane City at FNB Stadium on Saturday night. - Online Sources

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