Sometimes club bosses’ treatment of coaches is hard to swallow

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CHILLIN’ WITH SAZI

Sometimes club bosses’ treatment of coaches is hard to swallow

It’s time for the Dube Birds to come clean on why head coach Brandon Truter has been placed on leave

Sports reporter

The shenanigans have started. Yes, it doesn’t take 10 league games to rear its ugly head. 

That’s what you get with our top-flight clubs in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). And it gets worse as the season progresses, with club bosses competing with each other in the firing of coaches. 

We have now got used to Chippa United owner Siviwe Mpengesi’s tendency of disposing of his coaches almost as often as he changes his socks. Season in, season out you’re guaranteed he will pull the trigger on his head coach whenever he feels he’s not getting the desired results. It doesn’t matter whether he’s given that coach the right material to deliver, he’s certain to be jobless as soon as Mpengesi feels the heat...

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