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The coach of Mpumalanga Vodacom men's league side Barberton City Stars has rubbished earlier claims by team publicist Sipho "Spykos" Nkosi that he parted ways with them by mutual agreement.
Coach Galiel "Gallo" Pelwan claimed he was stabbed in the back by Nkosi and another senior official in the team, resulting in him being fired.
"The team managing director Israel Dlamini and the spokesman, Sipho Nkosi, are the ones who know the whole episode. These two never gave me their full support during my tenure as a coach.
"They always questioned my coaching philosophy. But at the end they are killing the team because they are the ones who are not doing their job," said Pelwan
Stars dropped nine points early this season after they had to forfeit matches because they did not obtain players' registration cards on time.
Pelwan blamed the two for the lost points.
"They don't look at the points we lost because of their incompetence," he said.
"My record as a coach was good. I never lost a single match and we always came away with at least a point in all my away games."