On Monday, Chippa United and AmaZulu announced they had parted ways with their coaches, Clinton Larsen and Cavin Johnson, respectively.
Leopards have lost three of their opening five matches, only winning one and drawing one, which clearly the Lidoda Duvha management didn’t find amusing at all.
The club is currently sitting on 12th position with four points.
Earlier, Soccoia admitted that he was feeling pressure in the hot seat with the inconsistent results by his side.
This was Leopards’ second derby loss in Thohoyandou this season and a third overall defeat this term.
The coach maintained there is no excuse for denting Lidoda Duvha’s record against Bakgaga. However, he cited the side’s inactivity during the domestic cup and international breaks as some of the contributors to yesterday’s loss.
– Report by Lethabo Kganyago
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