Migne – It Was A Mistake To Sign Here
Former Marumo Gallants head coach Sebastian Migne has opened up on his sacking by the club.
Migne was dismissed by the Limpopo side, following a disciplinary hearing that took place on 7 October.
This comes after he pleaded guilty of an incident which happened in public, and in front of the players, after their 3-1 defeat to Golden Arrows in the DStv Premiership.
However, the French mentor insisted he did not get what he expected from the South African club.
“I think it was a mistake to accept this challenge. I was attracted, as you said by PSL, but I think it’s interesting if you have a top 10 team in the PSL with a club with a good organisation,” Migne told BK Matewe on Energy FM.
“And it was not the case at all, but I thought because they were qualified in Africa it was a huge club, but you have a lot of problems in terms of management.
“And I think if you sign a coach, you have to follow him, it’s a guider technically, you know, it was not exactly like it, so I think it was a mistake.
“You don’t have any regrets it was an experience I will learn for the future, of course, but after what I can change.
“I think it was a good feeling for a player which we show some different good thing with our potential.
“More difficult in football, it’s to score goals and it’s so important to have experimented striker, and I think maybe in this position we miss something, the mistake was to sign here.”