After five games in the new DStv Premiership TS Galaxy found themselves sitting in position number 16 in the PSL log. As a result the club fired head coach Owen Da Gama with immediate effect.
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The club was able to get two points out of a possible 15, it's clear the management they don't want to find themselves in Glad Africa next season.
So The club management they have appointmented a new head coach from Germany... But so far assistant coach in the form of Shaun Bartlett is going to be the acting head coach they're still fixing the papers of the new coach.
This nowadays it's very difficult to be a coach because the team and the fans they want Immediate result's and on the other hand in the PSL there's no easy games.
The league has grown to a point that, now even smaller teams like TS Galaxy they do have the funds to appoint some of the best coaches in the league, I wish him nothing but the best of luck having the most competitive league in Africa as a result it's going to benefit the national team... Shaun Bartlett is very experienced and he knows our league very well so far TS Galaxy is in safe hands.
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