The Mother City outfit endured their third loss of the GladAfrica Championship season in embarrassing style, which left the side second from base.
Thus, Spurs have now chosen head out in different directions from Deane who took over in April recently.
Cape Town Spurs and Dylan Deane have today cut off their functioning friendship with prompt impact.
Deane was designated as lead trainer of the club in April this year and accordingly drove the Urban Warriors to wellbeing with a 2-1 success over AmaTuks on the last day of the 2020/21 season.
Toward the beginning of the current mission, Spurs emphasized their craving to get back to South Africa's first class and supported the crew with a line of new signings.
Be that as it may, results have neglected to be impending and Spurs at present involve fifteenth spot on the 2021/22 GladAfrica Championship standings after eight rounds of apparatuses; having won just once the entire season.
"Dylan has improved the energy at Ikamva and carried recharged certainty to the club, yet lamentably we've been not able to transform the 'vibe great factor' into wins."
"We say thanks to Dylan for his obligation to the club, in the course of the most recent couple of months, however throughout the most recent couple of years and want him to enjoy all that life has to offer," said Cape Town Spurs CEO Alexi Efstathiou.
The Urban Warriors will report Deane's substitution at the appropriate time.
Source link: https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/gladafrica-championship/official-cape-town-spurs-part-ways-with-head-coach-1/707182
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