Second PSL coach 'as good as gone'

Premiership

Belgian coach Patrick Aussems is set to become the second coach in the PSL to be shown the exit door.

Aussems joined Black Leopards this season after a great stint with Simba SC in Tanzania where he won the league title.

However, the Belgian coach's stay in Limpopo seems to have been cut short already with Leopards expected to announce his exit from the club before the end of this week.

Former Baroka FC coach Dylan Kerr has already been linked with a return to Lidoda Duvha this season following his sacking at Bakgaga.

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According to a source close to Leopards, the club is set to meet with Aussems this evening, when his future will be decided.

"The club is set to meet with the coach today and the decision about his future at the club will be made public tomorrow," the source tells KickOff.com.

"He is as good as gone."

Aussems is yet to win a match since arriving in South Africa this season having lost all three DStv Premiership matches by two-goal margins.

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