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Hoddle top of Bafana list 07/03/04
Glenn Hoddle has been earmarked as one of six possibles for the South Africa hotseat.

Glenn Hoddle has been earmarked as one of six possibles for the South Africa hotseat.

The former England boss is still jobless after being sacked by Tottenham only six games into the new season.

He was the hot favourite to take over from the departed Gordon Strachan at Southampton - another of his former clubs - but withdrew his application given the animosity towards him by the Saints supporters.

South African Football Association president Molefi Oliphant confirmed they would love for Hoddle to head up their 2006 World Cup campaign.

"We have got a long list of people who could be approached and Glenn Hoddle is one of them," he told PA International. "Glenn is definitely one of the people on the list."

Hoddle is joined on the list by another former England boss is Howard Wilkinson, as well as ex-Chelsea manager Gianluca Vialli.

Kenny Ndlazi is the only South African coach on the list of 29.

Meanwhile South Africa Football Association have appointed a five men committee to look for the national coach. The committee will be chaired by Veli Mahlangu who will be assisted by Danny Jordaan, Marcus Salop, Terry Paine and Albert Mokoena, the Chief Executive Officer of Safa.

The announcement was made by Mokoena after the Safa executive committee meeting on Saturday where amoung other things, the performance of Bafana Bafana in Tunisia was discussed.

Mokoena said that Safa had received 29 C.V's from coaches who are interested in taking over the Bafana job and it will be up to the committee to select from the list or to head hunt for the next national coach.

The committee was given up until May 1 to come up with the new national coach, while caretaker manager Styles Phumo will remain in charge for South Africa's game against Australia on March 30 in London.

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