Johannesburg - Platinum Stars and former coach Cavin Johnson are set to meet at
the Premier Soccer League headquarters on Friday in a bid to resolve the
ongoing dispute regarding his shock departure.
According to the Football411 website, the South African tactician left Dinaledi fuming after joining
SuperSport United ahead of the new season, despite still having two
years remaining on his deal in Rustenburg.
Dikwena are now claiming a settlement figure of around R800 000,
while Johnson is believed to have offered the PSL side R500 000.
Johnson was an instrumental cog in Stars' sublime 2012/13
campaign in which they finished second in the Premiership standings,
just one point behind champions Kaizer Chiefs, whom they took four
points off of in the home and away fixtures last term.