Mbombela, Dlamini smoke peace pipe


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Mathebula and Dlamini had a meeting on Wednesday where it was decided that the relationship should continue as parting ways at this stage of the season might affect the chances of the Mpumalanga side gaining Absa Premiership promotion.

Dlamini, who is a former Platinum Stars assistant coach, was last week suspended by the club after refusing to take orders from Mathebula in one of their training sessions, something he perceived as interference.

The club is expected to issue a statement to the media about the new developments.

"No we spoke with the chairman," Dlamini explains to KickOff.com.

"We decided to do this thing out of the hearing, and then we apologised with each other. So ja he is gonna offer the statement to the media, not me, as soon as possible.

"Ja we've got too much to lose if we part ways, me as a person and the club as a whole because there are lot of people involved in the club. It's not about only him and me, so we thought in the interests of everyone concerned, we just have to finish the campaign as we started it."

Mbombela are fourth on the National First Division table with 39 points, two points behind third-placed Ajax Cape Town.