Absa Premiership

Rosslee parts ways with Swallows

2015-06-20 11:59
Craig Rosslee (Supplied)

Cape Town - Moroka Swallows have parted ways with Craig Rosslee, following a short contract where he failed to save the Dube Birds from relegation.

2014/2015 will be a season Rosslee will want to forget in a hurry, with both clubs that he was in charge of during the season being relegated to the National First Division.

He was in charge of Amazulu when the season began, but was dismissed with the club rooted to the bottom of the table. He was brought in at Swallows to help them avoid the drop, and while they did miss automatic relegation, the club went down after the promotion/relegation play-offs.

“Moroka Swallows can confirm that the club and Craig Rosslee have parted ways after the expiration of his short term contract,” said the club on its Twitter account.

“The club is currently talking to candidates for the head coach position and an announcement will made in due course.”

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