Former Black Leopards head coach – Alan Clark has accused native coaches of missing crucial pondering
Clark, who not too long ago left Lidoda Duvha to take up a head teaching job at FC Llapi in Kosovo, stated coaches are afraid to ask questions and consequently, South African soccer is stagnant.
Clark additional defined that native coaches lack crucial pondering when in comparison with European tacticians.
“What I learnt from my experiences in South Africa is that many coaches are afraid, they don’t need to query, there’s a lack of crucial pondering,” stated Clark throughout a digital convention with South African Soccer Journalists Affiliation (SAFJA).
“In SA we do issues, however nobody asks why, how can we try this, why do you do that? We simply say ‘Oh we do it as a result of we did it in 1980’.
“I believe in South Africa we have to be cautious that soccer outdoors on the planet is altering a lot.”
Clark added that Bafana Bafana and the junior nationwide groups are inclined to wrestle as a result of there’s little development at membership degree.
“The largest stagnate within the efficiency of our soccer is our nationwide groups. We will compete properly with larger groups, however there’s little or no development or change inside golf equipment.”
“We aren’t producing gamers that may compete at nationwide group degree. Nothing develops as a result of the identical gamers are enjoying the identical means they used to, for my part, you see that within the nationwide group and perhaps Underneath-21 degree.”
Clark concluded that:
“It’s unhappy that South Africa, with all the nice services, we aren’t among the many high two or high three nations in Africa.”