Former Al Ahly assistant coach Cavin Johnson has raised his hand for the Kaizer Chiefs coaching position that has become vacant.
READ | MAMELODI SUNDOWNS CAN BE CROWNED PSL CHAMPS ON WEDNESDAY
Johnson is currently not attached to any team – this follows his departure from Al Ahly a few months ago where he worked with Pitso Mosimane.
Speaking to Power FM, Johnson was asked if he would accept the job at Naturena if he were to be approached by Chiefs.
READ | STUART BAXTER’S SACKING GOOD NEWS FOR ITUMELENG KHUNE?
And the veteran mentor, without hesitation, said he would not say no to Chiefs if they were to call him because they don’t have a coach and are big team.
Johnson confirmed that he once had talks with Chiefs who wanted him at the time but he instead chose Al Ahly over the Soweto giants.
WIN | ANSWER THESE 5 EASY SOCCER QUESTIONS AND YOU COULD WIN R1 000
CAVIN JOHNSON WOULDN’T SAYING NO TO KAIZER CHIEFS
“I was approached by Kaizer Chiefs before but I went to Al Ahly. But if they were to call now, I’d say yes. They don’t have a coach, and it’s a big club. Why not?” said Johnson.