SuperSport United coach Kaitano Tembo sacked with fast impact

The membership launched an announcement on Tuesday to announce the choice was by mutual settlement.

Kaitano Tembo. Image: @SuperSportFC/Twitter.

JOHANNESBURG – SuperSport United introduced the departure of head coach, Kaitano Tembo, from his place with fast impact.

The membership launched an announcement on Tuesday to announce the choice was by mutual settlement.

The Zimbabwean joined the Pretoria-based membership as a participant in 1999 earlier than transitioning into the group’s teaching workers.

Tembo was as an assistant to Gavin Hunt, Stuart Baxter and Eric Tinkler earlier than taking up the pinnacle coach’s place in 2018. The spotlight of his tenure was profitable the MTN8 title in 2019.

Membership CEO Stan Matthews acknowledged Tembo’s 23 years of service to the membership.

“We wish to thank Kaitano for the various years that he served SuperSport United in numerous capacities. It’s by no means straightforward parting methods however as a real servant, Kaitano has all the time positioned the pursuits of the membership above that of people. We’re grateful for the function he has performed on the membership each as a participant and coach.”

Tembo’s final sport in cost was a 3-2 loss to Tshakuma within the Nedbank Cup quarter finals. He leaves the membership in eighth place on the DSTV Premiership desk with six matches left to play.

Assistant coach Andre Arendse will take cost of the primary group for the rest of the present season.

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