Following the suspension of a head coach, a coaching change has occurred on one of the DStv Premiership teams.
The coaching staff at Marumo Gallants has seen some changes once again.
In July, ahead of the current season, the French coach took over at Gallants.According to club insiders, the coach has not reported to training for the past three days, and as a result, the club has decided to suspend him.
According to reports, the club is also dissatisfied with its performance.
This season, the team has yet to win in the league and is now in the relegation zone in the log table.
Mathebula and Maleka, who were instrumental in the club's triumph of the Nedbank Cup last season, will be reassigned to the first team.
Migne is the second coach in the DStv Premiership to be suspended, following Brandon Truter, who was recently reinstated by the Swallows.
Jean-Francois Luscuito, Migne's former assistant coach at Gallants, indicated that it was a difficult atmosphere to operate in in order to create strong results for a professional club.
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