Following the departure of coach Duncan Lechesa and his assistant Mandla Ncikazi, Polokwane City Football Manager Obed Legobate has stepped down from his post.
Legobate confirmed to the Siya crew that he has left City, but refused to explain why he has resigned.
“Yes, I can confirm that I have left Polokwane City. There are a couple of offers for me and soon I’ll be working in football again,” said Legobate.
As reported by the crew yesterday Lechesa and Ncikazi parted ways with City following the club's poor start to the season, where they lost all four of their opening league fixtures.
Read: City & Lechesa Part Ways
It was thought that the duo were sent packing following the poor start, but it has now emerged that Lechesa and Ncikazi resigned from their posts citing bad working conditions at the club.
Meanwhile, former Santos and Maritzburg United coach Ian Palmer has been linked with the coaching post at the club.
City’s next match is against Orlando Pirates at Orlando Stadium tomorrow night.
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By Khaya Ndubane
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