JOHANNESBURG – Where will Joel Masutha come from? Opportunities are forbidden to be honest, or perhaps to return to the trunk of the lower compartment only after three and a half months in the Premier League.
Masutha was asked to step down from her role as Black Leopard coach on Monday morning chairman David Thidiela as the results of the league deteriorated by sending a signal to the management that they could watch the outskirts of their face before Christmas.
Lidoda Duvha suffered a new winning race for the casket headquarters and Cape Town in less than seven days.
Thidiela endured patience, and Masutha was instructed to skip her cupboard this week, but whether he was offered a different role in the club, is unclear.
Coach Leopard is at his home, returning there in December to help hold the ship.
Masutha was immediately available at the end of December, when Thidiela sent another coach pack for bad results and a desperation for his team to return to top football football. He knew the club before working, and was able to get to the ground as soon as possible.
Six months later Leopard was promoted from the National Premier League to the Premier League thanks to the games. Maybe he got a little soft on the players, and the fact that he insisted that he trusted the same group of players who helped win the team could very well contribute to his resignation.
Masutha, in his own opinion, was clearly learning the ropes and could do it with a full season at the wheel. But you have to understand that Thidiela suffered the pain of seeing Leopard passing by returning to the Premier League for five years and was not at risk of another load of trenches because he wanted to be loyal to Masutha.
But with six months of experience in top-flight Masutha's job opportunities are a bit bleak. Where is the maverick Kgoloko Thobejane, whose charisma and strange follow-up conference made her famous while Baroque FC coach? He was also not a perfect candidate for most of the clubs in the Premier League, but it seems to be a good Bakgaha.
Masutha might have come up with ambitions like any man in his position, but if you're still learning the ropes, this is the worst thing that can happen to a new coach. He just needs dust and goes away again; he can definitely return to the lower chapters or even to the Leopard reserve team.
It is possible to slip into the unknown, but it should not be Masutha's reality.