Chippa United suspends Lehlohonolo Seema with immediate effect

Chippa United suspends Lehlohonolo Seema with immediate effect

- Chippa United have made the decision to suspend coach Lehlohonolo Seema due to the team's performance

- Seema received an email on Tuesday, 22 December from the club owner, Siviwe Mpengesi

- Mpengesi's email stated that a meeting will be held on Wednesday, 23 December to determine Seema's fate

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Chippa United have suspended Lehlohonolo Seema from his position as coach with immediate effect. The club placed Seema under suspension on Tuesday, 22 December after he received an email from United's owner, Siviwe Mpengesi.

The email also said that a board meeting on Wednesday, 23 December would determine his future with the club. Mpengesi did not seem happy with the one win out of eight games his club played in the DStv Premiership this season.

Part of the email read that Seema's tenure was an "extreme cause for concern" and that it needed addressing in line with his contract of employment.

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Chippa United suspends Seema with immediate effect

Chippa United coach Lehlohonolo Seema has been suspended with immediate effect. Image: @SPK_FAN
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According to Times Live, shareholders along with board members will be attending the meeting to discuss Seema's fate. While KickOff reported that United are 14th on the log with a mere five points.

In other soccer news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Dan Malesela was fired from his position at TS Galaxy. According to reports, Malesela was sacked because of the team's poor start in the opening eight matches Dstv Premiership matches.

Masilela was the door after he failed to win at least one out of the six DSTV premiership matches the team took part in. The last straw took place after the team lost points after losing 3-2 to Cape Town City in a recent match.

In a statement released by the team, it was revealed that club owner Tim Suzuki found the decision to let Masilela go to be a very difficult one indeed because of the coach's rich history with the team.

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“The decision to part ways with Coach Dan was not an easy one as he has a rich history with our club. Unfortunately, football is a result-driven business, and decisions such as this can only be based on results than history,” Club boss Tim Sukazi said.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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