Cape Town - Baroka FC have announced another change to their technical team with Milton Dlamini being roped in as a joint-head coach, in an attempt to retain their top-flight status.
Last month, newly appointed Jacob Sakala and technical advisor Mark Harrison were sacked by the relegation threatened side, for reportedly refusing to sign a written agreement to guarantee four wins from the Bidvest Wits, Cape Town City, Polokwane City and Kaizer Chiefs run of fixtures.
And now with 10 games remaining and four points away from safety, Bakgaga have acted by hiring former Mbombela United head coach Dlamini, to assist Kgoloko Thobejane with the role of head coach.
In a joint-head coach role, Matsemola Thoka will remain serving as the assistant as the coaching changes at the Polokwane based side continues.
The newly-promoted team, who are currently in their first season ever as a Premiership side, have struggled all term, picking up just two wins in 20 games as they languish at the bottom of the table.