Absa Premiership

Larsen to stay at Golden Arrows

2016-05-27 12:02
Clinton Larsen (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Golden Arrows coach Clinton Larsen has revealed he has agreed to a contract extension in principle with the Premiership club.

Larsen has given Arrows boss Mato Madlala his word to remain with the team beyond next season.

In a swap deal of coaches in December, Larsen changed places with Serame Letsoaka at Bloemfontein Celtic.

The tactician guided Arrows to a ninth place finish after taking charge of 22 games with eight wins, nine losses and five draws.

"It looks hundred percent and I have given my word with the boss and it is basically cast in stone," Larsen told KickOff.

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