Polokwane coach quits

Polokwane City are without a coach after Vladislav Heric resigned.

Posted: 21 December 2012 Time: 09:31 am

First Division side Polokwane City are without a coach after Vladislav Heric resigned.

According to information gathered by KickOff.com, Heric resigned on Wednesday citing 'family reasons' for leaving the club.

However rumours doing the rounds are that the Serbian coach might return back to Black Leopards who have suspended their coach.

In a chat with KickOff.com, Heric confirms that he is no longer the coach at the club and is still pondering his future in football.

"Yes it’s true; I am no longer the coach of the club. I left because I want to go back and be with my family in Cape Town," says Heric.

Article by: Ernest Fakude

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 09:47 am
hahahahaha... Leopards ndi Circus ya vhukuma...
Bin Laden
posted: 10:15 am
Okay
Animal1
posted: 01:30 pm
Anonymousposted: 09:47 am | Report
hahahahaha... Leopards ndi Circus ya vhukuma...


this is not Leopards idiot, its Polokwane City, u mst read before u comment.
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