South Africa’s National First Division side Cape Town All Stars Football Club has confirmed the resignation of former Kaizer Chiefs and Flames international defender Patrick ‘General’ Mabedi from his position of head coach.
The development comes barely just over two weeks since his appointment.
While confirming the upshot to South Africa’s Sports Magazine Soccer Laduma (www.soccerladuma.com), Club General Manager Faeeze Dulvie said Mabedis’s resignation is mainly on difference of opinion and certain organizational and football matters at the club.
“We confirm the resignation of coach Patrick Mabedi with immediate effect. Mabedi notified the club of his resignation on Monday night.
“His resignation is mainly on difference of opinion in certain organizational and football matters at the club. Anything beyond that will be reasons only known to Patrick” Dulvie is quoted by Soccer Laduma.
The former international defender was appointed Cape Town All Stars coach a fortnight ago replacing 42 year old Mlungisi Ngubane.
He was rated highly by Cape Town Manager as an ambitious youthful coach who will bring positive change to the struggling National First
Mabedi who holds UEFA coaching licence A and B obtained in Germany is yet to comment on his resignation.
He was offered a tempolarly one month Assistant Coaching role at Flames with Burundian Nsazurwimo Ramadhan at the helm.