SuperSport United stalwart Glen Salmon says he will decide whether to retire from the game after meeting with the club next week
The 34-year-old, who is out of a contract, hopes to be offered a coaching role with the newly crowned Nedbank Cup champions.
Failing this, Salmon may extend his playing career elsewhere.
“Ya, it’s (his coaching ambitions) still moving in that direction,” he told Football411.com.
“I’m going to meet with the club next week to discuss if there is a future within their coaching ranks.
“It’s still hanging in the balance at the moment. I still enjoy playing the game so it would not be a big thing if I moved on and carried on playing.”
Meanwhile, the ex-Groningen and NAC Breda man believes South Africa have it in them to dispatch Ethiopia in their 2014 World Cup qualifier in Rustenburg on Sunday.
“Bafana for me are one of those teams that you never quite know what you are gonna get,” he said.
“With the players they have, they can obviously play, and they can beat the majority of teams out there on their day. They just need some consistency,” added Zimbabwe-born Salmon, who has three Bafana caps.
By Stephen Kihn