JOHANNESBURG – David Notoane has been named as the new coach of South Africa’s Olympic Under-23 squad.
The announcement was made on Wednesday by the South African Football Association (Safa) official Jack Maluleke, who is the chairperson of the national football body’s technical committee.
Notoane, who is currently coach of Mamelodi Sundowns MDC side, is not new to national team assignments.
He led Amajita to the historic Commonwealth Cup title in Russia in 2015, before helping Thabo Senong as his assistant during the Caf Under-20 8-Nations tournament in Senegal the same year.
He reached the final of the Durban annual Under-19 International tournament in 2016, before losing to eventual winners Arsenal.