More jobs set to be lost at TTM

Premiership

The winds of change blowing over Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila seem to have claimed another victim.

TTM are currently undergoing sweeping changes in both the technical team and management since the arrival of new owner Abram Sello, who has bought the club from Lawrence Mulaudzi.

After removing head coach Joel Masutha and newly appointed CEO Tenda Mashikhwa, KickOff.com has now learnt that the Limpopo club has stopped Wisani Nemuremelane from coming from work.

Nemuremelane has been part of TTM's medical team listed as a first-aider since last season.

According to sources close to TTM, more staff members are set to lose their jobs since the new club owner took over a few weeks ago.

"Wisani has been dropped like a hot potato in the team after doing a marvellous job since last season," a source reveals.

"She is not the only one expected to leave but others will be shown the back door soon. Unfortunately some of the staff members have been working without contracts from the previous owner."

Efforts to get hold of TTM owner Sello proved futile after he failed to pick up calls or return messages after several attempts since last week.

Sello told this website on Tuesday that Dylan Kerr and Morgan Mammila are assisting the club as 'consultants' in the interim as they negotiate possible permanent contracts.

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