Malesela: My work should speak for me

MAY 19, 2016

Dan Malesela, Chippa United Head Coach, aims to make the impact that will get him ‘head-hunted’ for jobs in the future.

More so than applying for jobs himself, Malesela insists that he would rather be instantly recognized to be a worthy prospect for potential future employers.

“My work should speak for me,” Malesela told KickOff, “I don’t want to be applying for jobs and going for interviews one day and without wishing to sounds arrogant, I want to be head-hunted.”

Since Chippa United entered the PSL in 2013, the PE-based franchise has had its best season yet under the delegation of Coach Malesela in the 2015/16 season. The Chilli Boys are currently sixth on the overall standings with one match to go, but Malesela believes taking a team to the top eight is merely just growth and preparation.

“I don’t subscribe to mediocrity,” added Malesela, “I want employers to show confidence in me by knowing and understanding what I can do.”

Chippa face off against the Kaizer Chiefs at the FNB Stadium in Soweto in their last PSL encounter of the season on Saturday and will hope to secure their top eight position with only being three points adrift from ninth, eighth and seventh places respectively.