Cape Town – Stuart Baxter will be fired as Bafana Bafana head coach if the men's national team fails to qualify for the upcoming 2019 Nations Cup of Nations tournament.
In the event that Baxter fails to secure the rankings, it will end a tumultuous second spell responsible for the English – after just 17 fights.
Sport24 may reveal that coach Bidvest Wits Gavin Hunt is widely reversed to take over as coach Bafana Bafana.
Sources also claim that Baxter and Hunt will exchange positions with Baxter going the other way to take on the role of coach in Clever Boys.
Meanwhile, coach of Cape Town Benny McCarthy, shockingly, has also been reported as a replacement if Had is appointed by SAFA.
Baxter's reign ended with a 2-0 victory in an AFCON qualifier in Nigeria at Uyo. The cracks soon began to appear with mild-back defeats in the World Cup qualifiers in Cape Verde minnows.
The 65-year time that was responsible for the national team often showed criticism and failure to significantly improve the performance of the takeover.
The sometimes blatant choices of the Baxter team, as well as the name of Lee's son, as a goalkeeper coach, were strongly criticized by the media with which Baxter's relationship quickly worsened.
Danny Jordaan previously reported at the Marawa Sports Worldwide Show that the South African Football Association (SAFA) "would not accept failure" when discussing Baxter's future.
Baxter is going to call a Bafana Bafana team to face Nigeria on a critical AFCON 2019 rating on November 17 at FNB Stadium.
Bafana Bafana takes second place in Group E at 8 points, a point behind the Nigerian team leaders with two remaining rounds of chips.
Start at 15:00.