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Chippa United boss Siviwe Mpengesi had praised the work of caretaker boss Roger Sikhakhane and hinted he may be leading the side to the end of the season.
Chippa have taken 10 points from a possible 12 since Sikhakhane returned to the helm of the side following the departure of Kosta Papic to Polokwane City in September.
That includes a win over Orlando Pirates and a draw against champions Mamelodi Sundowns.
Together with his assistant Floyd Mogale, Sikhakhane seems to have found the recipe for success, much to the delight of Mpengesi.
“Roger and Floyd have done a great job so far and the team has improved tremendously since they took charge. I am positive the club will finish in a good position come end of season,” he told his club’s website.
Mpengesi also expressed his delight at having picked up long-term target Edward Manqele after the forward was released by Mamelodi Sundowns.
“We’ve always been interested in Manqele’s services and I am happy that he will finally play for Chippa United,” the Chippa owner said. “Sundowns made us a good offer to sign him and we agreed to bring him down to Port Elizabeth. I have no doubt that he will add value to the club.”
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