Orlando Pirates interim coach Rhulani Mokwena says he is not focussing on getting the Buccaneers top job on a permanent basis as he believes the opportunity will find him.
Mokwena was speaking to the press following the Sea Robbers were elimination from the CAF Champions league by Zambian club Green Eagles following a one-all draw at Orlando Stadium on Saturday. Mokwena says he is the last person to be worried about at this point.
"Not at all, I think it's not about me. Every time I come out I carry a different responsibility. It will be extremely unwise of me to think about myself and taking this position so we go as we go. The Chairman always says the opportunity finds the man and the man does not find the moment. We have a very good team that fights and try their best. We just have to keep working to overturn the current tide. Am the least to be worried about me, " he said.
The Buccaneers top job was left vacant following the departure of Serbian trainer Milutin Sredjovic who has joined Egyptian giants Zamalek .
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