Absa Premiership

Mugeyi to return to Mother City

2014-12-12 16:04
Wilfred Mugeyi (Supplied)
Wilfred Mugeyi (Supplied)

Durban - Former AmaZulu caretaker coach Wilfred Mugeyi has confirmed that he has left the club following Steve Barker's arrival, replacing former coach Craig Rosslee.

According to the Kickoff website, Mugeyi has only confirmed his exit from the club now that the two parties have reached a settlement regarding his contract.

He also confirmed that he was surplus to Barker's requirements as all the other coaching posts at the club had already been filled and that he will be returning to Cape Town to resume his career.

Mugeyi had previously been the assistant at Ajax Cape Town from 2007-2012 before assuming managerial role at Chippa United in 2013, before being reunited with Rosslee at AmaZulu, who he had worked with at the Urban Warriors during the latter's tenure as manager.

Barker has been working with Ronnie Moroka as his assistant since his arrival at Usuthu during November.

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