By Virgil Maia - 22 August 2019Views : 2869
Former striker Glen Salmon has agreed to join Orlando Pirates as their new reserve team head coach after parting ways with Bidvest Wits recently.
The 41-year-old, who played his football both locally and abroad, will take over the reins from Michael Loftman.
Loftman oversaw the reserve team for the 2018/19 campaign and is now believed to have been promoted to the first-team setup as a performance analyst.
Salmon, meanwhile, was Wits' head of the academy and also coached the club's reserve team.
"Yes, I can confirm I have joined Orlando Pirates as the reserve team coach," Salmon told Goal.com.
"It is a huge opportunity for me. I am looking forward to working with young talented players at the club."
During a career that spanned 15 years, Salmon won two Premiership titles with SuperSport United and also represented the likes of FC Groningen and NAC Breda.