The movement of the coaches in the premier league has taken a new turn with Zulu Royals adding spice to the whole circus in the football jungle.
Sipho Dlangalala has been appointed as the caretaker coach and Thabo Dladla has also been brought in the coaching equation as the caretaker assistant coach for a two week period.
Dlangalala has previously worked for the Natal technikon, where he was in charge of the technikon's players who play in the KZN Vodacom League.
Chris Mlotshwa, the PRO of Royals, also confirmed to SASoccer365 that current caretaker coach Gavin Lane will now become the 'team leader'.
Mlotshwa said that they are hoping to appoint a full time coach in about two weeks from now and the coach who is going to be appointed will bring his own assistant.
Chris put the record straight about the changes at his club.
"Gavin Lane was never appointed as the coach, but what happened was that when we found out that we had no coach, Gavin was the most experienced member of the staff, that is why he took over," said Mlotshwa.
Sipho will be in charge until we appoint a coach which l think will take about two weeks. I want to say that Sipho and Thabo are just acting coaches until we find the right coach for the team."
"We just want to make sure that we have the right man for the job that is why we still have to make full time appointment."