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Johnson has rejoined Platinum Stars as head coach following the departure of
Read: Freese confirm
clubs official Twitter account confirmed his return to Rustenberg as he addressed the media.
Johnson has been out of work since September last year.
The 56-year-old was axed from his post at SuperSport
United after a mediocre first season, ending 5th on the PSL standings and
anchoring Matstastansta to the bottom of the log during his second season as
coach until United showed him the door.
“It was a unanimous
decision as we all know how talented Johnson is,” Stars chairman Cliff Ramoroa
said as quoted by Supersport.
“We welcome him to the
family again and we have faith and believe in him that he will take us to
heights of success. The Players, Technical and Support Stuff at the team
welcomes Johnson with open arms and looks forward to a great future with
Dikwena finish in second position during the 2012/2013 campaign tailing Kaizer
Chiefs with the help of Allan Freese as his assistant coach.
Meanwhile, Stars welcome Roger de Sa and his Ajax Cape Town
side to the Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Saturday, April 4.
Kick-off is at 20:15.