Yet another coaching change in Limpopo

Premiership

The drastic trend of coaching changes in the Limpopo province continues with yet another PSL coach getting sacked just weeks after taking over.

Another week and yet another coaching change in Limpopo.

This defines the coaching circus going on up north with yet another club having made yet another technical team shake-up just days after Baroka joined in the swing of also making their own changes.

Earlier this week, Matsimela Thoka made way for Kgoloko Thobejane at Baroka with the latter making a return to a job that he has previously held.

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Thoka has since been demoted to lead the club’s DStv Diski Challenge following a difficult start which has left them in the relegation territory.

GladAfrica Championship club Tshakhum Tsha Madzivhandila has now followed suit by terminating their relationship with Zeca Marques just over a month after his appointment.

Marques’ departure needs no microscope introspection as TTM remain in the drop zone areas just a point above Cape Town Spurs in position fifteen.

He has won just a single match since taking over last month.  

The club is yet to announce who will take over though Mulondo Sikhwivhilu has been his assistant since he replaced Phuti Mohafe.

All the clubs in Limpopo have made changes this season.

From ending the past season with Dylan Kerr in charge, Marumo Gallants have moved from Frenchman Sebastien Migne to Raymond Mdaka and now have Dan Malesela calling the shots.

Polokwane City has brought in Mohafe after Innocent Mayoyo left.

Black Leopards have Floyd Mogale and Benson Mhlongo in charge after taking over from Morgan Shivambu.

Straight after acquiring their first division status, Venda FC brought in Johnny Ferreira early this season and have so far stuck with him.

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