The future of would-be Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila coach Dylan Kerr has taken yet another dramatic twist.
Last weekend, reports in local media emerged that the Englishman has quit as TTM’s coach before officially taking up the reins, due to discrepancies in his contract.
But, after the Siya crew reached out to Kerr, the 61-year-old denied reports that he has quit as the team’s advisor before officially taking office.
In addition, the crew contacted the club for official confirmation on the latest happenings with regards to the coach and the Polokwane-based side’s media officer Rufus Matsena confirmed that Kerr had initially quit, but then made a U-turn on his decision.
But after further probing from the crew, the club has since confirmed that Kerr is no longer with the club and will not be taking over the reins at the DStv Premiership newcomers.
“No, with regards to the coach, his entire role with the team has since stopped,” Matsena told the Siya crew.
"He's no longer with the team, because... Bt ja, he's no longer there," he added, without going into any futher details.
Officially, the duo of David Mathebula and Mpho Maleka have been taking charge of the team, after taking over from Joel Masutha back in February, with Kerr being involved with the team, taking training sessions and attending matches in an advisory role while he was awaiting his work permit.
TTM, who have been linked with Belgian coach Luc Eymael, sit in 15th position on the DStv standings and have managed just three wins from 19 games in the top flight.
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