Absa Premiership

Jelusic confirms departure from Celtic

2018-06-14 12:59
Veselin Jelusic (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bloemfontein Celtic head coach Veselin Jelusic has issued a statement announcing his departure from the club.

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There is currently an air of uncertainty surrounding the Free State team, who appear set to sell their Absa Premiership franchise due to financial struggles.

In the meantime, despite no official word from the club, Jelusic, who took Celtic to the Telkom Knockout final and an 11th placed league finish last season, has announced that he won't be around next season.

“The employment agreement between Bloemfontein Celtic and myself has been terminated for the reason known to the club," the Serbian said in a statement as quoted by Soccer Laduma website.

“Herewith I use this opportunity to thank the club, the players, technical team, management, sponsors and especially the supporters for the time that I have spent with them. I wish them all the best in their future endeavours."

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