The only way to reply to that question is to show the accolades the coach has achieved in the game of football.
Coach Manqoba Mngqithi is a man who started his career in the lower leagues with Maritzburg City and had to lay a foundation for his career. After coaching City, he made way to Moja United and the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal.
In 2007 he made a huge step in his coaching career as he joined Golden Arrows, Coach Manqoba Mngqithi went on to win Abafana Bes’thende’s first major trophy, the MTN 8 as the demolished Ajax Cape Town 6-0, one of the biggest scores to be recorded in a cup final in the South African football fraternity.
After three years and over a hundred games, a trophy Coach Manqoba Mngqithi switched his alliance as he joined AmaZulu as the head coach. He was in charge of Usuthu for thirty-six games and he packed his bags for Chippa United where he was only in charge for one game with the Eastern Cape-based side. A return to Arrows was next as he went back to the Lamontville based side.
In 2014 Coach Manqoba Mngqithi decided to join Mamelodi Sundowns as an assistant coach, six years down the line and more than a half dozen trophies under his belt and his contribution to the club has seen Masandawana as one of the powerhouses of African football.
At the beginning of October of this year Coach, Manqoba Mngqithi and Coach Rulani Mokwena were given the task of leading Masandawana as joint coaches.