Baroka FC has given suspended coach Jacob Sakala, assistant Edward Williams and technical director Mark Harrison 30 days to appeal the decision made to fire them. Today the club called a sitting to discuss their future, almost a month after they were initially suspended after reportedly refusing to sign a letter assuring that the team would win their next four league games.
Club spokesperson Jimmy Ngobeni says the trio presented their case, and now has 30 days to appeal Bakgaga’s original decision. "The sitting went very well today, they have given us their side of the story,” he tells KickOff.com. "In 30 days they must come up with a reason why we shouldn't take a decision against them." Kgoloko Thobejane, along with new co-coach Milton Dlamini, is currently in charge of the side, with the club propping up the league table, having amassed just 15 points from 21 games played.