The Siya crew has been informed that a head coach at Orlando Pirates has officially left the club after his contract was not renewed.
Glen Salmon, who was appointed at the helm of Pirates’ MultiChoice Diski Challenge team, has parted ways with the Soweto side after his one-year deal was not renewed.
“Yes, my stay with Pirates has come to an end. I had a one-year contract, which we were due to renegotiate, but due to COVID-19 pandemic, obviously, there is no football and we don’t know when it will return, so my contract was not renewed,” he told the Siya crew this week.
The 42-year-old joined the Buccaneers back in August last year after his lengthy stay as the Bidvest Wits Head of Academy came to an end.
Before the COVID-19 break in football, Salmon managed to take the Bucs’ MDC side to second place on the log, trailing log leaders, Wits by four points.
Now it remains who Pirates will look at to head the reserves team once MDC football returns in the future.
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