Chiefs Part Ways With Motsoeneng
GladAfrica Championship side Bizana Pondo Chiefs have parted ways with their coach Tshepo Motsoeneng.
The recently-promoted Eastern Cape side are bottom of the table in the South African second tier competition, with just 12 points after 14 games.
Motsoeneng had promoted the team from the ABC Motsepe leagues. He had previously worked as Head Coach of Tornado, while was once an assistant to Joel Masutha at Chippa United.
“The decision to part ways with Coach Motsoeneng was not an easy decision. He has served the club well with loyalty and it is sad that we have to part ways. We have considered many aspects related to the club,” club chairman Nkosinathi Mqokiyana told the club’s media department.
“Motsoeneng has a rich history in helping the club gain promotion to GladAfrica Championship together with our players, who contributed immensely ,boosting with clean sheets playing at home. It is time now time for the club to be led by somebody else.”
Julius Dube, who joined the club last month as an assistant coach, will take over in a caretaker capacity.