FARPost can confirm that Black Leopards have terminated the contract of coach Patrick Aussems with immediate effect.
Aussems arrived at Leopards in October on a three-year-deal with high expectations, but his relationship with the team Management turned soured barely a week into the job.
The results were also not forthcoming for the Belgian who lost three out of the three League matches.
As it was reported by this publication on Sunday, the club took a decision to release the 55-year-old on Monday and he is expected to leave the country before the end of this week.
Aussems was not part of the training session on Monday with Morgan Shivambu and Mongezi Bobe taking charge.
Meanwhile, Lidoda Duvha have also released striker Roggert Nyundu just a month since rejoining the club.
Nyundu was deemed surplus to requirements after his poor showing in the opening three matches of the season and the club decided to terminate his contract.
FARPost reached out to the 32-year-old striker but was unavailable for a comment.
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