AmaZulu give Rosslee the sack

2014-10-15 17:12
Craig Rosslee (Gallo Images)

Durban - AmaZulu have announced that they have sacked coach Craig Rosslee on Wednesday after an abysmal start to the 2014/15 season which has seen them fail to win a league match this season.

In a statement released on the club's website, the directors at Usuthu felt that the team's poor run of form over the opening months of the season justified their decision to relieve Rosslee of his duties with immediate effect.

"Craig has been notified of the decision to terminate his contract and we wish him well with his future plans," said AmaZulu general manager, Peter O’Connor.

Current caretaker coach, Wilfred Mugeyi will continue in the position with the assistance of the technical vdeo analyst Ronnie Moroka, goalkeeper coach, Graham Johnson and Japhet Zwane as the team manager.

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