Ayanda Dlamini leaves job as head coach of AmaZulu, fans react

Ayanda Dlamini leaves job as head coach of AmaZulu, fans react

- Ayanda Dlamini has stepped down from his position as head coach of AmaZulu

- The club made the announcement through their website and Twitter account recently

- According to the statement they released, Allan Freese will step in as the interim coach

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Ayanda Dlamini has reportedly stepped down as the head coach of AmaZulu. Dlamini was a mere four months into the three-year contract he signed with the club. The club released a statement on their website and through Twitter.

The statement confirmed that Dlamini had stepped down with immediate effect and would be re-assigned to the role of coach within AmaZulu's development ranks. Assistant coach Allan Freese will step in as the interim head coach.

Fans took to AmaZulu's Twitter replies section to share their thoughts on Dlamini stepping down.

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Ayanda Dlamini leaves job as AmaZulu head coach
Ayanda Dlamini has stepped down as head coach of AmaZulu. Source: amazulufc.net
Source: UGC

Take a look at AmaZulu's tweet below:

Below are just a few of the fan responses:

@Lofty_K said:

"I saw this coming. He made a good decision though, I hope he stays within the club technical team."

@KGButhelezi wrote:

"Saw this one coming. Respect to coach Cobra, and the club for trusting him with the development."

@king_paul123 tweeted:

"The writing was on the wall unfairly so. Ayanda just saved the team from relegation a few months ago and the ambitious targets of top 4 was a ploy to get rid of him. Sad!!"

In other soccer news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Gavin Hunt speaking about his disappointment in Kaizer Chiefs. This was after their draw against PWD Bamenda. Bamenda arrived in SA hours before their CAF Champions League preliminary round match.

Fans and soccer enthusiasts alike expected Amakhosi to take advantage of their opponents' jetlag but that was far from the case. Chiefs managed to proceed to the next round due to a 1-0 on aggregate victory.

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Despite this, Hunt is shared that he felt it was a disappointing game. Speaking about the goal-scoring crisis Chiefs is experiencing, Hunt had some very intense words.

According to The South African, Hunt said that in his 30 years of coaching he had never seen anything like Chiefs goal-scoring crisis. While GOAL reported that Hunt said there were no positives to take from the weekends draw that can help his side against the Black Leopards on Wednesday.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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