Technical staff follows players from Garankuwa

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Sakala arrived at the club about three weeks ago with the mandate of saving the club after being shown the door at Winners Park, but has since failed.

The journeyman was only in charge for two games – a 2-2 draw against Witbank Spurs and the 3-2 loss to FC AK which confirmed their relegation.

“Sakala is still with us for the remaining game of the season as per our initially agreement with him,” says club manager Kingdom Motaung contradicting earlier reports that the nomadic Zambian had already left.

“After our last game, we will then go into talks with him regarding his future with us. But it will depend on him if he wants to stay. However, the possibility of him leaving for greener pastures remains a huge possibility. Molefe has left to pursue his coaching qualifications.

“Along with that, we obviously expect that there will be players not willing to go down to the Vodacom with us and although we have been relegated we did showcase some players whose talents will be sought after by other teams, like Thulasizwe Mbuyane in the past,” says Motaung.

Several PSL clubs have already expressed interest in Reason Chiloane who despite playing for Garankuwa ended top scorer in the First Division with 13 goals.

Others likely to find homes easily are midfielder Luyanda Dyamle and Zimbabwean goalkeeper Ndodana Sibanda.