South African club owners have really made a huge name for themselves for their no-nonsense approach as far as sacking managers and coaches is concerned, this after another high-profile manager bites the dust.
According to Soccer Laduma's reliable sources, Bloemfontein Celtic have made alterations in the high echelons of its management structure, this follows the suspension of Chief Executive Officer and de facto football manager, Khumbulani Konco.
Konco's suspension was effected after he is said to have engaged in a verbal scuffle with Celtic owner Max Tshabalala on Wednesday. Reports suggest the 'big boss' at the Mangaung based club did not taken kindly to the tone and tantrums Konco's was throwing at him, effectively suspending him immediatedly.
At this point in time, it remains a mystery as to whether Konco will resume his duties or not, with the owner Tshabalala the only one who wields enough power at the club to make such decision.
The owner's temper could be as a result of the team's indifferent run of form, Phunya Sele Sele have not had the easier of times as far as results in the DStv Premiership are concerned, this has created swirling speculation that head coach John Maduka could also be dispensed with.
Maduka has been a deadman walking in recent weeks, but his troops' impressive 2-1 defeat of SuperSport United in the Nedbank Cup meant he survived the axe for one more match.
The Malawian tactician's team has only mustered three victories from 13 league matches, despite starting the season in fine form which culminated in an MTN8 Cup final albeit they sadly lost out to Orlando Pirates in December.
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