Serame Letsoaka (born 22 July 1963) is a South African football coach. He has been the manager of many football clubs including Golden Arrows and FS Stars.
He has also been the Assistant Manager of South Africa’s National football team. His records speak for him and the impact he has made on the local and international scene wouldn’t be forgotten in a hurry.
|Born||22 July 1963 (age 58 years)|
He was born in South Africa on 22 July 1963 and was given the name Serame Letsoaka at birth.
In January 2017, he was appointed to be the manager of the Free State Stars Football Club. He coached the Bethlehem-based professional football club for 160 days and left in June.
On 3 September 2014, he started to carry out his duties as an assistant manager of SuperSport United Football Club. He was with the Atteridgeville-based football club for 300 days until 30 June 2015.
Then in early July 2015, he became the manager of the Durban-based football club Lamontville Golden Arrows Football Club. He worked with the team for 153 days and left on 1 December 2015.
He has also coached the Shauwn Mkhize owned football club Royal AM. Letsoaka started to work with the Durban-based club on 3 December 2015 during the 15/16 football season.
After working with them for 332 days, he left during the 16/17 season on 30 October 2016.
He was also in charge of the South Africa national soccer team as the assistant manager. Serame was appointed on 1 July 2012 and worked for 729 days until 30 June 2014.
Serame Letsoaka is in the middle of an isithembu love triangle. He got married to a new wife in September 2021 against the wishes of his first wife and children.
Daily Sun reported that the former Bafana Bafana coach got married to his second wife who is the mother of his 6-year-old child. They had the child out of wedlock.
According to another source, his first wife know about the affair he had with the baby mama because the child visited his home.
In 2018, the popular football coach was reported to have resumed his duties in Botswana. He got appointed to be in charge of the country’s national teams.
Other reports also suggested that he was appointed as the technical director for the Botswana national director. The former Bafana Bafana coach was linked with the job in the neighboring country.
However, the former SuperSport United Football Club rubbished the reports.
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