Ubuntu CT part ways with coach Roger Links
Posted: 23 October 2017 Time: 10:15
National First Division strugglers Ubuntu Cape Town have parted ways with head coach Roger Links.
The club's technical director Casey Prince has taken over the reins of the newly formed team, which is propping up the standings with four points from eight games.
Ubuntu said in a statement: 'Ubuntu Cape Town have parted ways with head coach Roger Links.
'We would like to thank Roger for the work and passion he brought to the club and we wish him the very best for his future endeavours.
'Ubuntu Football’s technical director, Casey Prince, will take over the head coach role with immediate effect.'
Other coaching casualties in the second tier this season include Roger Sikhakhane (Richards Bay FC), David Kannemeyer (Cape Town All Stars), Thierry Mulonzo and Les Grobler (Highlands Park), and Allan Freese (Royal Eagles).