- Reports have indicated that Black Leopards are set to part ways with coach Luc Eymael
- The Belgian tactician spent a few days in his homeland and the two parties are set for talks soon
- Leopards have only mustered three victories since Eymael took charge in September
The festive season may be upon us, but it's still business as usual for the top Premier Soccer League clubs
Black Leopards are reportedly set to part ways with coach Luc Eymael before the end of the year.
The Belgian has been in his native country for the Christmas holiday with his family and will return to Mzansi on Saturday.
KickOFF.com reported that the two parties will then meet and finalise the separation agreement.
The relationship between Eymael and his employer has allegedly taken a turn for the worse and could part ways by mutual agreement.
The publication went on to detail their attempts at reaching Eymael's agent for comment, but to no avail.
An inside source said, “The coach and Leopards are going for separation. The relationship is not rosy at all."
Briefly.co.za gathered Eymael may have been under pressure to deliver as Leopards only managed three victories from their nine attempts.
Their latest result was the 3-1 loss to Orlando Pirates over the weekend.
It would be interesting to note the thoughts of Golden Arrows coach Steve Komphela on the current situation.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the war of words between Eymael and Komphela.
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