Tshepo Motsoeneng has announced his exit from the Eastern Cape ABC Motsepe League outfit Buffalo City Municipal Stars.
Coach Motsoeneng is described as someone who has lady luck on his side when it comes to winning titles in the ABC Motsepe League.
The highly confident mentor broke the news on his official Facebook account on Monday, 5 July.
He qualified for the South African football third-tier national playoffs four times in a row, having done that with BCM Stars in the just-ended national playoffs, Tornado FC (twice) and Bizana Pondo Chiefs, who won the playoffs in 2020.
In this year’s ABC Motsepe National Playoffs, under the tetulage of Motsoeneg, the Eastern Cape-based outfit were eliminated after suffering a 1-0 defeat at the expense of Platinum City Rovers on the opening day of the competition and went to play a goalless draw with The Dolphins.
“I would like to thank each an everyone who supported me in Eastern cape but my time has come to an end with 4 years running I have been blessed,” he wrote.
“It’s time to move on. To all the clubs’ bosses and players thank you. God knows best it’s been real.”
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