Former Orlando Pirates striker Andries Sebola says that despite Bucs reaching the final of the CAF Confederation Cup, co-coaches Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids are by no means certain to keep their jobs.
In an interview with KickOff.com, the 52-year-old Sebola says at Pirates you are not guaranteed your job no matter how well the side is doing. Club chairman Irvin Khoza has in the past sacked coaches who won him the league title.
“Now I do support them, if they can win the Confederations Cup I will be the happiest man,” Sebola tells KickOff.com.
“But we must be fair, in the domestic league situation it was not right, and it was not good for them.
“They have to make sure in a good way t they qualify for the Champions League because this Confederation Cup doesn’t suit a big club like Pirates.
“I’m happy for them, but I know their job is still on the line because Pirates still didn’t do well the whole season,
“I know the culture of Pirates, the chairman needs good results in league games, and the man is a winner.
“Winning the Confederation Cup it’s not like winning the Champions League because you don’t qualify for the Club World Cup.
“As for their job it’s not safe yet, they still have to play and win the Confederations Cup final and qualify for the Confederations Cup,” Sebola adds.