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19.11.2019

Hiring a new coach is not a priority for TTM now - Chokoe via SABCNewsOnline

Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sello Chokoe says hiring a new coach is not a priority for the side seeing that the Christmas break is drawing to a close.

side last week under some controversial allegations.

The CEO says the changes in technical staff will not affect the club’s plans in the upcoming January transfer window.

mentor further says that Vhadau Vha Damani are behind in their targets for the first half of the promotional campaign.

TTM is away in KwaZulu-Natal this week for league matches against log leaders

The match against Uthongathi is scheduled for Princess Magogo Stadium (15:30). Ten points separate TTM and the log leaders and Chokoe says four points from the coastal trip would be enough for his side.

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