Stuart Baxter quits as South Africa’s head manager and coach

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After over two years in control, Stuart Baxter has surrendered as Bafana mentor with quick impact. The 65-year-old affirmed his exit from the national group at a public interview in Houghton on Friday.

In the wake of facilitating a quickly organized public interview, Baxter affirmed the news most football fans had been expecting since Bafana’s disposal from the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) competition in Egypt a month ago.

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The previous South Africa head coach leaves the position having won eight of his 21 apparatuses in control. His last game was the quarterfinal exit on account of Nigeria at Afcon.

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Baxter additionally affirmed that he had gotten instructing offers from both inside South Africa and abroad previously and during the competition however selected to proceed in the job.

With respect to what his following stage was, Baxter said that he didn’t have even an inkling yet.



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