Dylan Kerr has survived as head coach of Swallows FC following showdown talks with the club's hierarchy following an underwhelming start to the season.
Swallows suffered a 4-0 drubbing to Golden Arrows in their most recent clash that resulted in Kerr being summoned for an emergency meeting by club chairman David Mogashoa.
"It was a meeting about the game and the recent results nothing else," Kerr tells KickOff.
"On why we lost 4-0 and our defeat to Stellenbosch."
Kerr also rubbished reports that he had been placed on special leave by the club.
"That's not true, people are just writing whatever they want to put out there," Kerr added.
"At this stage, I'm still the coach and preparing for our next match."
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Swallows CEO Sipho Xulu echoed Kerr's sentiments and confirmed him to be still in charge of the team.
"Following our meeting yesterday nothing has changed, things will continue as normal," Xulu says.
Swallows so far have just two of their eight opening matches in the 2022/23 DStv Premiership season.
The Soweto club next face neighbours Kaizer Chiefs on October 5, 2022.