Ertugral and Ajax finalised the agreement over the weekend and the former kaizer Chiefs mentor is due at Ikamva early in June.
Ajax CEO George Comitis says, "Mushin Ertugral needs no introduction to
the local fans and media as his record speaks for itself.
“He is a true professional and a well organised individual that will
bring vast experience and success to our club in the future. He has a
strong belief in the development of youth and vast knowledge of the PSL
and African leagues, our competitors and all players.
“In this season preceding the 2010 World Cup, it is imperative that we
get off the starting blocks positively as this will be a short, tough
and compact season. The shareholders and directors of Ajax Cape Town
believe that Muhsin is the right coach to steer us forward in the years
The announcement follows weeks of denials from the club, with chairman
John Comitis at one stage earthily labelling reports of Ertugral's return as
Ertugral's also effectivelly ends Mabhuti Khenyeza's brief, but
successful stay at the club, with the striker having already confirmed
he will not work with his former coach at Chiefs again.