Turmoil as another PSL coach resigns


Yet another managerial change has taken place in the top-flight of South African football after the latest resignation by a head coach.

Floyd Mogale is believed to have resigned as head coach of Black Leopards with immediate effect.

Mogale joined Leopards in October of 2021 together with former Orlando Pirates midfielder Benson Mhlongo.

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According to sources in Limpopo, the former Royal AM coach tendered his resignation to Lidoda Duvha on Saturday afternoon.

"Floyd Mogale has resigned from Black Leopards citing personal issues," a source reveals to Kickoff.com.

"He is now on his way back home to Johannesburg," the source added.

Mogale is the second managerial change in the GladAfrica Championship in just 24 hours after Joel Masutha was shown the door at Pretoria Callies.

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