South Africa’s all-time main aim scorer Benni McCarthy has admitted he would think about being the following Bafana Bafana coach.
McCarthy, 43, is presently in control of Premier Soccer League facet AmaZulu, his second teaching job in South Africa after starting at Cape City Metropolis.
“As a former participant and a supervisor now you’d need to be in control of the most effective groups within the nation the place you might be managing,” the previous Ajax, Celta Vigo, Porto and Blackburn striker instructed BBC Sport.
“If that comes with the duty of taking your nationwide crew that is been struggling – it’s one thing that I would not rule out.
“As a lot as I really like the day-to-day antics about managing gamers working every day and enhancing them my nationwide crew is struggling so if there’s a likelihood for me to take the reins and take the South African job I’d give it some thought.
“I’d actually suppose exhausting about it as a result of nothing would make me prouder than to handle my nation and qualify us to a World Cup match.
“That might be one of many highlights of your managing profession despite the fact that it’s such a brief area of time however it’s one thing that I’m excited about and would think about if the chance comes.”
South Africa, who beat hosts Egypt on the 2019 Nations Cup finals to achieve the quarter-finals, missed out on subsequent yr’s match in Cameroon as they misplaced 2-Zero in Sudan of their last qualifier.
In addition to the South Africa job McCarthy can be dreaming of teaching in England sooner or later.
“My essential precedence is that I need to get again to England – I need to handle within the Premier League at some point or I need to handle a Championship membership,” he added.
“After taking part in there I’ve had that style of what the most effective league on the planet is about and what’s required of you so that’s mouth-watering and that’s my greatest need.”
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