Cape Town Spurs are putting the past behind them and looking forward to the future.
After the cutting of ties with Ajax Amsterdam, the club has rebranded as the old Cape Town Spurs and will continue their quest to win promotion to the PSL when they embark on their third campaign in the GladAfrica Championship.
With the same philosophy of “No Youth, No Future”, the club will rely on developing young players to take the team forward.
And with that in mind, CEO Ari Eftstathiou has given the club’s former MultiChoice Diski Challenge and youth team coach Vladislav Heric the reins.
The Serb says of his appointment: “I am very happy to be back at Ikamva. Ikamva is one of the best football training facilities in the country.
“Everything starts from scratch for me, I look at this as a new challenge and I believe that we can be successful.
“We have to set goals, set objectives and we will all have to work very hard to achieve these goals. I know the club is ready to do that.”
Heric has tons of experience in both the PSL and second division, leading Chippa United to promotion in the 2014.
And the 56-year-old is confident that Spurs can achieve their targets if management, coaches and players all get on the same page from the word go.
He adds: “Everyone has to work to their job description to achieve the goals we set out and push the limits of the job description that will be given to every single person at this club.
“We have to be like one, we have to work like one. That is the major objective to achieve in order to achieve promotion.”