Axed Chippa United coach Teboho Moloi ready to move on
Posted: 6 March 2018 Time: 15:00
Former Chippa United coach Teboho Moloi has brushed off his sudden exit from the club.
It was announced on Saturday afternoon that Moloi "parted ways amicably" with the Port Elizabeth-based outfit, just hours after their 2-0 defeat to Cape Town City on Friday night.
Moloi, who won the coach of the month award for November, finally got a chance to prove himself as a head coach in the topflight after years of working as an assistant.
After his appointment in September last year, Moloi went 10 games without suffering a defeat but then the ex-Orlando Pirates assistant coach started to experience some adversity.
After beating Kaizer Chiefs in the league, the Chilli Boys suffered back-to-back defeats to Ajax Cape Town and Polokwane City, and managed just one win in their last eight league games.
Moloi has no hard feelings, however, and is hopeful of finding another opportunity elsewhere in the Absa Premiership in the near future.
"It's part of life… When you sign on the dotted line you must also be prepared for the day your time is up," Moloi tells KickOff.com.
"Obviously I still want to coach and I still want to be involved, so it's only for me now to wait for another offer to come my way.
"Once the offer comes, I'll consider it, look at the players I'll be working with and then from there I'll assess how I can add to the team's style of play, and if I can get the desired results."