The DSTV Premiership has lost yet another coach after he parted ways with his club. Last week, TS Galaxy fired head coach Owen da Gama after a poor start of the season. Da Gama had been with the club during its darkest days and he was let go, just like that.
The club has just lost yet another member of the technical team after he resigned on the spot.
Shaun Bartlett has stepped down as an assistant coach at DStv Premiership outfit TS Galaxy FC with immediate effect.
The resignations follow last week's appointment of former German-Bosnian goalkeeper Sead Ramović as Galaxy's new coach. In a second appointment, Mensur Dogan of Bosnia and Herzegovina was named as the first assistant.
Minenhle Mkhize, communications manager at TS Galaxy, confirmed the resignations.
"They both joined the club at the start of the year," said Mkhize. "Bartlett served the club as an assistant coach while Conley was the physical conditioning trainer.
Shaun Bartlett is a South African former professional football striker. In December 2018, he became the assistant manager of Kaizer Chiefs F.C. in South Africa.
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