Lehlohonolo Seema has bounced back following his Chippa United setback last week, his new club confirming the news on Wednesday morning.
The former Lesotho and Orlando Pirates skipper has joined Black Leopards and will join the technical team, led by head coach Dylan Kerr.
Seema left Bloemfontein Celtic in July to take over the reins at Chippa prior to the conclusion of the 2019/20 season in the Premier Soccer League bio-bubble and helped the Chilli Boys to an 11th place finish on the table.
In this current campaign, though, the coach was sacked after just eight matches, with the club’s poor run – winning once in the DStv Premiership – cited as the reasons for his dismissal despite having a contract that still had two-and-a-half years to run.
Seema was initially replaced by Luc Eymael, but the backlash over the appointment of a coach who’d recently made racist remarks forced Chippa to withdraw the decision and paved the way for Dan Malesela’s sensational return.
Kerr on the other hand has also just recently returned to Leopards after parting ways with Baroka FC at the start of the season.
Lidoda Duvha were bottom of the table when he took over and he has been in charge of five matches, winning one, drawing two and also losing twice.
Morgan Shivambu also stays on as an assistant coach.
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