AmaZulu FC reserve team goalkeeper coach Musa Langa has completed his FIFA goalkeeper coaching course.
World football governing body, FIFA and the South African Football Association (SAFA) recently ran the course at the SAFA Technical Centre in the south of Johannesburg.
Twenty-five coaches from around the country were in attendance with FIFA and CAF goalkeeper training instructor Alejandro ‘Alex’ Heredia running the course.
“South Africa is blessed with a lot of rare talent which needs to be nurtured and guided in the correct direction,” Heredia said on SAFA’s official website.
“The participants of this course are all South African legends who clearly have intentions of becoming goalkeeper coaches.
“We are so glad that SAFA has reached out to FIFA to empower these participants who clearly know the game, have played the game and now want to give back to the game.”
Langa was among the 25 participants of the course are renowned goalkeepers who are legends in their own right and are currently active as coaches at national team and club structures.
They are Langa, Lucky Shiburi, Delisle Mbatha, Cameron Cox, Adolph Mabotja, Monde Hlatshwayo, Dominic Ramokgopa, Tshepo Makgata, David Ribeiro, Tyron Damonds, Thembalethu Moses, Rory Minaar, Itumeleng Khune, Aubrey Mothibe, Wendell Robinson, Moeneeb Josephs, Thabang Stemmer, Pernell McKop, Sean Lowu, Rowen Fernandes, Shuaib Walters, Langa, Sipho Zimba, Marcus Mashil and Greg Etafia.