Absa Premiership

Rosslee not sure of job safety

2015-06-01 17:15
Craig Rosslee (Supplied)

Cape Town - Craig Rosslee has confirmed that he does not know whether he will still be in a job following Moroka Swallows relegation.

Read: Swallows want Prins out

The Dube Birds were defeated 1-0 at the hands of Black Leopards in Limpopo.

The loss guarantees that Swallows will spend next season in the National First Division.

Rosslee, however, is not too sure if the club will keep him on as coach and insist that their will be a decision to be made.

"I don't know what the plans are with the management. Nothing has been discussed with me whether we stayed up or the club got relegated," said Rosslee as quoted by KickOff.

"That is for the club shareholders and the board to make the decision.”

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