The former Usuthu striker Ayanda Dlamini has been appointed as Amazulu’s caretaker coach until further notice.
CAPE TOWN – AmaZulu Football Club has parted ways with their head coach Jozef Vukusic.
Vukusic joined Usuthu in September last year.
In March this year, he was placed on ‘special leave’ by the club, while former Usuthu striker Ayanda Dlamini took over as interim head coach. Dlamini was assisted by Moeneeb Josephs.
In a brief statement on Thursday, the Premier Soccer League club announced the termination of the services of Mr Jozef Vukusic with immediate effect, adding that the club will continue to support Dlamini as caretaker coach.
“On behalf of the AmaZulu Football Club family, we would like to thank Mr Vukusic for his efforts and wish him the best of luck in future,” said AmaZulu FC General Manager, Lunga Sokhela. The club will continue to support Mr Ayanda Dlamini as the caretaker coach until further notice.
“Management will not be entertaining any further engagements on this matter, as the club looks to turn all its focus in steering away from the current log position.”