Johannesburg - Black Leopards have parted ways with technical director on Sunday
Chidzambwa and coach Abel Makhubele following the club's relegation to
the National First Division.
According to the Football411 website, Lidoda Duvha struggled upon their return to the Premier Soccer
League this season, winning just five of their 30 games - although their
fate was only confirmed on the final day of the 2012/13 season
following their 3-2 loss to Free State Stars.
And while the club have ping-ponged between the top-flight and
first division over the years, chairman David Thidiela is hoping a new
coach will ensure their speedy return to the PSL.
Thidiela told the Sowetan: "We had a meeting with the two coaches
on Monday to do a postmortem of what really went wrong and prepare for
life in the National First Division.
"It was at that meeting where the three parties reached an amicable solution to part ways.
"The other thing is that their contracts were due for renewal. We
(the board) have decided to go out and look for people with fresh ideas
to take us back to the Premier Soccer League.
"We are going to build a new team. There will be some players
that will be retained and there will be those that will not be with us
in the new season. With the support of MTN, I have no doubt Leopards
will finish on top of the NFD log next season."