Kgoloko Thobejane is expected to be in charge of the Baroka technical team bench, without the assistance of Milton Dlamini for the team’s second game of the play-offs, which take place against Black Leopards.
Dlamini has been suspended by the Limpopo outfit after the club finished 15th on the Absa Premiership log at the end of the 2016/17 season.
The game between Baroka and Leopards will take place at the Peter Mokaba Stadium tomorrow (Wednesday).
Baroka spokesperson, Jimmy Ngobeni, confirmed to the Siya crew that Dlamini will not be on the team’s bench for the Leopards’ game.
“We have suspended Milton Dlamini with immediate effect from the duties of the team until he appears before the disciplinary committee. It’s concerning unbecoming behaviour. Kgoloko Thobejane will be in charge of the team for tomorrow,” said Ngobeni.
Dlamini joined Baroka as a co-coach to Thobejane in March, on a short-term deal to run until the end of June. The previous technical team of Jacob Sakala, Edward Williams and Mark Harrison went the same route of appearing before the club’s disciplinary committee on their way to parting ways with Baroka.
Bakgaga drew 2-2 with Stellenbosch FC in their first game of this year’s play-offs played at Athlone Stadium last Wednesday.