Absa Premiership

AmaZulu reject coach claims

2014-12-29 08:20
Philani Mabaso (Supplied)
Philani Mabaso (Supplied)
Cape Town - The leadership at AmaZulu said reports that the club had recruited Chippa United coach Roger Sikhakhane were completely unfounded.

The rumours of Sikhakhane’s departure from the Chilli Boys were fuelled by reports that Ernst Middendorp had finalised an agreement with Chippa last week. 

However, those reports are yet to be confirmed and it has subsequently been suggested that Sikhakhane would seek to play an assistant’s role at Usuthu in 2015.

"As far as I know Ronnie Moroka is our current assistant coach," AmaZulu spokesman Philani Mabaso told Goal.com.

"And according to our coach (Steve Barker), I asked him the same question (about Sikhakhane joining the club), and he responded by saying 'No, [that's] not true," added Mabaso.

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