Gavin Hunt is no longer unemployed after he was confirmed as the new SuperSport United coach last week on a two-deal contract.
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The news means a return for Gavin Hunt to Matsatsantsa where he won three of his four coaching PSL titles to date.
Gavin Hunt won a hat-trick of league titles at SuperSport United
Hunt, who turned 58 on Monday, oversaw a hat-trick of league success for the Tshwane giants in the 2007/08, 2008/09 and 2009/10 seasons as well as the 2012 Nedbank Cup title.
He was also in charge when Bidvest Wits walked away with league title honours in 2016/17.
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SuperSport United’s announcement means that Hunt is the first of the so-called ‘Big 4’ coaches without jobs to find employment.
Benni McCarthy (formally AmaZulu), Stuart Baxter (ex-Kaizer Chiefs) and Pitso Mosimane (Al Ahly) are still to find new employers.
That is of course if they are even looking for employment at present.
But as they say, once a coach, always a coach and the latter three are no doubt missing the dugout.
Watch this space!
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