FARPost has reliably been told that Black Leopards head coach Patrick Aussems might be on his way out, just over a month at the helm.
The club hierarchy is reportedly not happy with amongst other things, the Belgian’s criticism of the club, which has since reached the management.
Aussems apparently told his representatives to find him a club in Egypt just a week upon his arrival in South Africa and described the club as a disaster.
The coach is allegedly also not impressed with the accommodation arrangements and wants to stay in a hotel because in other countries like Sudan he used to stay in a hotel.
This publication has it on good authority that the management of the club are furious with the coach’s attitude and it is only a matter of time before he gets the boot.
“Yes it’s true. The coach has been pushing for his people to look for a job for him in Egypt. He told his people that after three weeks he will be allowed to leave here. It has not sat down well with the club, hence they want to allow him to go because they feel he is not committed and only wanted to use the club to market himself, hence the results,” said our source.
Efforts to reach both the club and coach were unsuccessful.
Lidoda Duvha have played three matches in the current season and lost all three under the former Simba mentor.
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By Ofhani Munyai