Absa Premiership

Sikhakhane fumes at Chippa

2015-01-06 09:58
Roger Sikhakhane (Supplied)

Cape Town - Axed Chippa United coach, Roger Sikhakhane, has hit out at the Port Elizabeth outfit after he was officially replaced by Ernst Middendorp.

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Last week it was reported that Sikhakhane's future at the Chilli Boys was in doubt, and the Premier Soccer League side have since, with former Bloemfontein Celtic tactician Middendorp handed the reins.

Sikhakhane, though, has been left fuming at the decision, given the fact he turned Chippa from relegation candidates at the beginning of the season into top-eight contenders at the half-way stage.

"There is nothing to hide: I have been fired," Sikhakhane is quoted as saying by KickOff.

"I am only going to meet with (Chippa CEO) Peter Koutroulis on Wednesday.

"It will only be fair that I release my official statement on Thursday.

"Football sometimes is not fair - taking the team from bottom with four points to 22 points."

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