Baroka FC Coach Punished While Seeking His CAF Coaching License

Baroka FC Coach Punished While Seeking His CAF Coaching License

  • All Vincent Kobola wanted to do was to improve his qualifications as a coach
  • But the Baroka FC coach has found himself in trouble with the Limpopo-based club
  • Bakgaga has suspended Kobola because he persued a CAF coaching license without the club's leave

Baroka FC coach Vincent Kobola has found himself on ice.

The Limpopo-based club has placed him on suspension after he attended a CAF C License course in Johannesburg without permission by the club.

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Baroka FC coach Vincent Kobola has been suspended by the club. Image source: Sunday World.
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According to the Sunday World, he did not notify the club of his intention, thus leading to him being deemed AWOL. His temporary replacement is Bushy Moloi, who will try to guide the team out of the Motsepe Foundation Championship in his absence.

Kobola said to the publication:

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“I cannot comment because there is an internal case against me on Monday. I will only be able to talk about the matter once I get my verdict after the case.”

Acting CEO Richard Mashabane was quoted as saying:

“As a club we cannot comment about the verdict. It is beyond my control and the chairman of the hearing will announce his verdict. The charges were poor work performance and insubordination. We want to make it clear that we did not fire the coach. He is suspended until the verdict is made. Coach Bushy Moloi is there on an interim basis until the matter is resolved.”

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Source: Sports Brief News