Platinum Stars administrator Suzan Phala has resigned. Phala’s resignation follows shortly after the appointment of Senzo Mazingiza as the club’s football manager.
A few other individuals have left the club in recent times. Cavin Johnson, who did well with the side last season, resigned and joined SuperSport United.
Phala confirmed her resignation to the Siya crew and said, “I have left. I gave them my resignation letter today (Monday). I think you should ask Cliff (Ramoroa). I will only be able to respond once you get confirmation from him. If someone wants to play dirty I’m prepared to play that game as well. I have resigned. Get a story from him on why I resigned. My story is similar to the one of the coach (Johnson). Our stories aren’t different.”
The Siya crew contacted the chairperson of Royal Bafokeng Sports Holdings, Cliff Ramoroa, on the matter.
He said, “She has what? Say again. I would like to refer you to our website. It will give you all the details. I would like to refer you the Platinum Stars website. I’m saying I would like to refer you to the Platinum Stars website.”
Other employees that have parted ways with Dikwena in recent times include Floyd Mbele and Jason Raine.
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