Horak leaves Kings for Sharks

2014-11-17 17:15
Michael Horak (Gallo Images)
Port Elizabeth - EP Rugby CEO, Charl Crous, has confirmed that senior defence coach, Michael Horak, has left the union.

“Michael Horak was released from his contract , and has taken up the position as defensive coach at the Sharks. We wish him everything of the best,” Crous said via a statement released to the media on Monday.

Horak had originally signed with the Kings on a five-year contract.

Before signing with the Kings, Horak was the Free State Cheetahs' defence coach since 2010 and also held the position of head of the Cheetahs academy.

At the end of 2012, Horak took over as director of rugby and head coach of the University of the Free State’s Varsity Cup side, the Shimlas.

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