Madida given the sack

2015-03-17 07:50
Fani Madida (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Soweto giants Moroka Swallows and head coach Fani Madida have parted ways, according to reports.

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According to KickOff, the Dube Birds boss Leon Prins and Madida had a meeting on Monday evening as the coach was asked to step down from his post.

Reports suggest that there has been no replacement in order to take over Swallows as they prepare to face Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday, March 18.

Swallows are 15th position on the Absa Premiership standings and have 23 points.

With seven games left, Prins will be eager to get in someone to lift the Soweto club away from the relegation zone.

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