A DStv Premiership coach has been shown the door following a disciplinary hearing process.
Struggling Marumo Gallants have announced that head coach Sebastien Migne has been sent packing after facing a discplinary hearing at the club. According to the club, Migne was in a disciplinary hearing on October 7 and pleaded guilty for an incident which happened in public, and in front of the players, after their 3-1 defeat to Golden Arrows in the league.
The club revealed that Migne was charged for insubordination and using abusive language towards technical director, Harris Choeu. The incident, according to the club, happened at OR Tambo International Airport. Migne, who was in charge from July 1, was dismissed on Sunday, October 10.
"As a coach his duty is to instil discipline to the team. The club followed correct disciplinary procedure and the decision to release was made. It is unfortunate that Sebastien had to be dismissed especially at a crucial time when we are pushing to remain in the league and advance in CAF," club chairman Abram Sello said in a statement.
Gallants are currently second from bottom on the Premiership standings.