News reaching the Siya crew is that a PSL club has parted ways with its CEO.
Golden Arrows CEO, Gordon Masondo has parted ways with the club after being with the KwaZulu-Natal outfit since 2016. The experienced football administrator joined Abafana Bes’thende after commendable duties as a general manager for Mpumalanga Black Aces.
Having contributed his experience of many years in South African football administration to Arrows’ progress for almost two years, it has now been decided that the club and the official go their separate ways.
Although Arrows are struggling at the bottom half of the PSL log, it has not stopped the club from making changes, even though the season is nearing its final stages, with six matches to go until the end of the campaign.
In over a month ago, Arrows parted ways with Milton Nienov, who has been the goalkeeper coach under Clinton Larsen and Mandla Ncikazi.
Both Masondo and Nienov resigned from their duties at Arrows, as confirmed by sources close to the club.
Contacted for comment, Arrows team manager Nonceba Madlala confirmed to the Siya crew that Masondo is no longer with the club.
"Yes, that's true (he has resigned) now at the end of the month," said Madlala.
Golden Arrows' next match will be against Cape Town City at the Cape Town Stadium on Wednesday. Arrows are currently are 12th on the PSL log with only five wins from 24 matches for the 2017/18 campaign.