Phunya Sele Sele were knocked out in the last 16 by AmaZulu on Saturday at Princess Magogo Stadium and according to our source, the German’s time at Celtic is up.
“Celtic’s management is fed up because remember it is not just about losing to AmaZulu. It is also about the fact that Celtic have won just one match out of seven in the League and the team is in 14th position,” a source reveals to this website.
According to some reports, former Celtic coach Clinton Larsen is set for a return to the hotseat.
Larsen has been coaching Roses United until now, which is the club owned by the family of Celtic’s new owner Max Tshabalala.