Struggling National First Division club Mthatha Bucks have confirmed that they have parted ways with their coach Julius Dube.
It is the second time in as many weeks that Dube has vacated the position of head coach at the Eastern Cape outfit.
Following the team’s promotion to the NFD, Dube was replaced with Leslie Notsi at Bucks. But Dube returned to the club when results continued to elude the team under Notsie.
“Mthatha Bucks FC would like to confirm that the club has accepted the resignation of the Head Coach Mr Julius 'JD' Dube with immediate effect.
“In his letter 'JD', as he is known in football circles, felt that the club might be in need of new ideas going forward.
“The club would also like to take this opportunity to thank him for his immense contribution by leading the club from ABC Motsepe League to National First Division .We wish him well in his future endeavours.
“Former club captain and current assistant coach Sibusiso Mapompo and MacDonald Mukansi will be the caretaker coaches for the upcoming game against Royals Eagles at home on Saturday 7th October 2015 and the search for a new coach begins now,” Bucs said in a statement.