Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila have looked into making a coaching change, but possible changes in ownership and financial troubles have delayed the process.
Recently the Siya crew was informed that TTM contacted Owen da Gama before he was announced as TS Galaxy coach, with current coach Joel Masutha under tremendous pressure following the club’s horrible start to the season.
It's since come to the Siya crew's attention that former Bloemfontein Celtic and Golden Arrows Clinton Larson has been considered, but nothing ever came of it.
TTM are bottom of the table after 13 matches, but they have been unable to make a coaching change, with concerns over the financial situation at the club, which has also seen players threatening to boycott matches due to outstanding amounts on their salaries.
Masutha has registered just one victory since the start of the season. They have scored just seven goals and conceded 19 times in their 13 matches. It’s not looking good for the club at the moment, with the possibility of getting relegated at the end of the season if things don’t improve soon.
as reported earlier today on the Soccer Laduma website, TTM players and staff were summoned to a meeting this afternoon to find out about the imminent sale of the club. There's been talk of financial problems at the club and chairman Lawrence Mulaudzi is said to be struggling to meet the financial demands in the top flight of South African football.
As a result, there is a delay on the club finalising a change to their technical team.
Soccer Laduma tried to contact the club for a comment, but the club chairman Lawrence Mulaudzi did not respond to calls and messages.