The Siya crew has been formally confirmed that the technician team in one of the DStv Premiership Clubs has changed further.
"To address his senior position, with the new TS Galaxy regime, Trainer Shaun came up and felt somewhat diminished," President Tim Sukazi said to Soccer Laduma when he contacted for remark.
The Rockets have been moving in another direction since the departure of Owen da Gama in late last month, recruiting both his substitute director and a technical director.
"The arrival of Sead Ramovic, our new coach, also cabling in the new technical director in Mensur Dogan – anyone with a UEFA Pro License and also now as assistant coach," Sukazi wrote on the departure of Bartlett. "It is understandable.
"I'd like our coach to learn from him (Dogan). Not only by coincidence do you receive a UEFA Pro License. But it is the choice of Coach Shaun regarding his career path.
As a club, we'd like to invest in him and try to bring him to Europe as well, perhaps to obtain him a professional license.
However, this can only occur if it is at and without TS Galaxy. We wish him luck on his future work." Shaun Bartlett is a fantastic servant."
Bartlett, a former Bafana Bafana striker who has extensive PSL experience, has been in his last club before work with Da Gama at TS Galaxy, after stinting at Golden Arrows, Pretoria University and Kaizer Chiefs and has also served as part of a national technology staff under then coach Stuart Baxter.
His next step is still visible.
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