Absa Premiership

Letsoaka resigns from Arrows

2015-12-01 14:03
Serame Letsoaka (Supplied)

Cape Town - Golden Arrows have confirmed that they have parted ways with club coach Serame Letsoaka.

According to Arrows’ official Twitter account, the former SuperSport United assistant coach has cited family reasons for his sudden resignation.

“I have had a wonderful experience working at golden arrows Football Club,” said Serame in his letter of resignation.

“As a result, it is a sad occasion that I write to inform you of my decision to resign as head coacj with immediate effect.

“Working in Durban has put a lot of strain on my family life. They are finding it difficult to cope with my absence from them, which has led to my decision to resign.

“I want to give you my sincere thanks for giving me the opportunity to coach Golden Arrows and will always be grateful for your efforts in ensuring my success as a coach.

“The timing of my resignation comes as a consideration to affor the club ample time to find my replacement.

“I wish the team well in the current season and beyond.”

Meanwhile, Maritzburg United have also confirmed that Clive Barker is no longer the coach of the Team of Choice.

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