Absa Premiership

Ertugral yet to hear from new bosses

2016-06-02 16:53
Muhsin Ertugral (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - After the sale of the club was confirmed on Monday, Mpumalanga Black Aces coach Muhsin Ertugral has revealed that he is yet to hear from the new owners regarding his future.

AmaZayoni was sold to the Comitis brothers, John and George, who were previously the owners of Ajax Cape Town before selling their stake in the club three years ago due to a fall-out with current bosses, the Efstathious family.

Muhsin, who coached the Urban Warriors under Comitis management, has one more year left to run on his current deal with Aces, and admits the change in ownership has left him unsure of his future at the club.

"I am waiting for John Comitis," Ertugral told KickOff.

"He should be back in the country in one or two days' time. I would know my future after meeting him."

The former Kaizer Chiefs mentor guided Black Aces to a fourth-placed finish in the recently concluded campaign, their highest ever in the top tier of South African football.

 

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