Black Leopards have been dealt with a heavy blow a few days before the Premier Soccer League resumption.
This comes after head coach Alan Clark resigned from his position on Tuesday with immediate effect.
Clark tells FARPost, he decided to leave the Limpopo club with immediate effect in order to pursue a coaching opportunity in Europe.
“Yes it’s true that I have resigned. I have an offer to coach in Europe and I had to get to Europe for me to take that opportunity so it does not allow me to finish the season with the club because their season is already over and I have to get there and resume my duties” said Clark.
“Yes, I am leaving on very good terms. Even though my tenure was short it was quite a successful tenure. I have every faith that the ground work that I have laid during the lockdown and before has prepared the team to survive the league. The team will survive relegation because the foundation is top and the players work hard,” he said.
Meanwhile, Black Leopards official Tshifhiwa Thidiela tells this publication that, the club is yet to receive an official resignation from the coach and have learnt about it through the media.
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By Ofhani Munyai