Cavin Johnson has officially parted ways with Absa Premiership strugglers Black Leopards.
The former AmaZulu head coach was initially suspended by the Limpopo based side after a string of poor results that left the club at the bottom of the Premier Soccer League table.
FARPost understands that Johnson and the Leopards management have agreed to a settlement without any disputes between them.
Johnson managed only two draws and suffered three losses in his five matches at the club.
“Yes, and now? (laughs),” Johnson replied to FARPost when asked if it was true that he is no longer a Leopards coach.
“Well they (Leopards) have to confirm it, at the moment I’m in the hospital. Yeah I’m in Joburg in the hospital.”
Asked if by that he meant he was no longer going back to Lidoda Duvha, he said, “No I will not (go back). I’m lying here now on my back. I better make sure that I’m treated now, for the next task.”
Johnson refuse to divulge why he was in hospital.
By Musa Nhlapo