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Shock News- Chippa fires Mngqithi.

[Posted 22 Aug 2012]
[By Beezsports Reporter]
Gone! Manqoba Mngqithi has been relieved of his duties as Chippa United coach after two losses!
A mere two games and two losses into the 2012/2013 ABSA Premier Soccer League season, Chippa United have written a story about their seriousness to remain in the topflight by taking no time to show their new coach Manqoba Mngqithi the door for a poor start.

That poor start included a decent showing in their first ever PSL match against Sundowns in which the team went down 1-0 away from home in Pretoria. That loss was followed by a 2-1 home loss to in-form Free State Stars on Tuesday night.

Chippa team manager Wanda Mbenguza has confirmed the development.

“We (Chippa United FC) have agreed to part ways with the coach.”

The 2-1 home loss to Free State stars appears to have been the straw that broke the carmel's back, as the Chippa bosses led by club owner Chippa Mpengesi have not hesitated in parting company with the unfortunate Mnqgithi.

The former Golden Arrows and Amazulu coach becomes the first casualty of a bad start to a season, which has seen clubs like Chippa and Amazulu becoming early candidates for relegation.

Will we see another casualty if Amazulu loses for the third time following their losses to Kaizer Chiefs and Maritzburg United last night.

Chippa appear not to be wasting time in finding a replacement, as their former coach Mlungisi "Professor" Ngubane is already linked with a return to the club he left while campaigning in the National First Division last year.

The Cape Town-based side has just been unlucky with results, as they have demonstrated that they can compete at PSL level. Probably when all their foreign players such as Byron Madzokere secure their work permits, they will be able to stand their ground in the league of the big boys.



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