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Dlamini Steps Down As Amazulu Coach

Amazulu have announced that Ayanda Dlamini has stepped down as Head Coach of the DSTV Premiership side.

The club released a statement on Monday, confirming the news.

“Coach Ayanda has done a phenomenal job since assuming the head coaching role. The passion and zeal the players have demonstrated under his tenure as head coach demonstrates that he is one of the prospects for the future,” Club President Sandile Zungu said in the statement.

Dlamini will remain part of the club’s structures.

“We will continue to trust him with the advancement of our development structures because he is fully committed to Vision 2032. His role is very integral in ensuring that AmaZulu have a solid base of young players coming through the ranks.”

Assistant Coach Allan Freese will be in place as interim coach until further notice.

Rob Delport
Rob Delport
Rob Delport is a walking football encyclopedia, having been a mainstay in the Cape Town football scene for years. Rob has previously worked for SABC and various websites and publications across Africa, as well as being the South African Head Researcher for Football Manager and doing a similar role occasionally for EA Sports FIFA. Highly respected, Rob is now a senior iDiski Times website and newspaper writer, and is also responsible for the newspaper's editorial.