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Gwegwe sure of league action

Ocean Boys' coach, Ada Gwegwe has said he is positive to be in full action when the 2012/2013 league season commences.

The Brass-based side were expelled from the NPL towards the end of the 2011/2012 season and unsure where to pitch tent given the recent NNL disclaimer.

Though Gwegwe declined to shed more light on the side's fate he was quick to say that he is sure to sit on the bench of a club for the coming season.

"I'm sitting at home training on my own and as for Ocean Boys that's left to the management. I'm in the dark as it concerns the team's league campaign. Nobody has briefed me since the season ended.

"But I'm working out something for myself, hopefully I'll be somewhere dishing out instruction when the new season starts.

"It could be at Ocean Boys, an NPL side, an NNL side or a Nationwide League side. It could be anywhere but I'm sure I won't sit at home when the new season commences," he said to supersport.com.

Gwegwe said he has value to bring to any side he decides to pitch tent with in the coming season.

"Of course, I know my worth and how to turn things around for any club. Ocean Boys' misfortune couldn't be a perfect assessment of my pedigree, I'm sure majority will share that view with me. It's only in a conducive atmosphere that a coach gives his best," he said.


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