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Malesela's job rumoured to be on the line as management is about to 'ring changes'

By unknown | Nov 05, 2007 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Mcelwa Nchabeleng

Mcelwa Nchabeleng

Is Dan "Dance" Malesela's job as the head of Winnerspark safe?

Malesela believes so, but rumours abound that his job at the Seshego-based National First Division club is hanging by a thread.

This after Winnerspark continued to disappoint at the weekend under Malesela's mentorship.

They were pipped 1-0 by FC AK at Eldorado Park Stadium on Saturday, courtesy of Chris Manoka's beauty in the second half.

The setback moved Winnerspark from fifth spot to sixth on the eight-team Inland Stream log.

Winnerspark reached the platinum play-offs last season while they were still coached by Innocent Mayoyo, who has since flown to Moroka Swallows' nest.

"I'm not under any pressure to resign," insisted Malesela yesterday.

"The only pressure that I'm in is to start winning matches."

Trevor Lekalakala, Winnerspark's spokesman, would not be drawn into commenting about Malesela's future in Seshego.

"Phone tomorrow [today] and I will inform you about the developments in the team," he said.

But Sowetan has learnt that the management of the team is about to ring some changes in the technical staff.

While Winnerspark are pulling hard, the once-troubled FC AK are doing pretty well this season.

"We are going to take each game as it comes and we are all encouraged with the way we have been playing this season," Gene Petersen, the side's manager, told Sowetan yesterday.

FC AK are second on the log and have closed the gab between them and the leaders, Dynamos, to one point after the Dynamites drew 0-0 against rookies African Warriors in Lulekani on Saturday.

Witbank Spurs remain bottom of the log after playing to a 2-2 draw against Kenny Ndlazi's GaRankuwa United at Odi Stadium.

The Coastal Stream's action this weekend saw Maritzburg United open a three-point lead on top of the log after they pipped FC Cape Town 1-0 in Pietermaritzburg.

Bay United jumped to second position in the table, thanks to a 3-0 success over basement club Hanover Park in Cape Town.

The goals were scored by Abayomi Adebayi and Peter Kirsten, who scored a brace.

Nathi Lions drew 1-1 with Ikapa Sporting in Umlazi and Western Province United and Durban Stars produced the same score in Wynberg.


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