2021/2022 season is well in progress and the DSTV Premiership is beginning to come to fruition, and mentors are beginning to feel the strain to convey focuses and triumphs for their clubs.
So far there have been two mentors who have left their clubs, Marumo Gallants Football Club associate mentor and Orlando Pirates Football Club Josef Zinnbauer, and with different mentors like Stuart Baxter at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and Orlando Pirates Football Club couple Mandla Ncikazi and Fadlu Davids, it's inevitable before another mentor gets terminated.
TS Galaxy Football Club has headed out in different directions from their accomplished mentor Owen Da Gama, who has been with the club since the time they purchased a status from Highlands Park Football Club before the start of the 2020/2021 season.
The mentor leaves the group keep going on the log with 2 focuses from the conceivable 15.
A DStv Premiership club has confirmed to have parted ways with their head coach following a string of poor results.
TS Galaxy currently sit bottom of the Premiership standings and have decided to let go of head coach Owen da Gama, with his assistant coach Shaun Bartlett set to take over in the interim.
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