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Moroka Swallows set to stick with coach, Ian Gorowa
05/10/2015 00:00:00
by KickOff.com
 
Backed by his club ... Ian Gorowa
 
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DESPITE poor performance in the National First Division, Moroka Swallows boss Leon Prins says he still has faith in coach, Ian Gorowa.

Swallows, who are now playing in first division after being relegated from the Premier League last season, currently sit 12th on the log after six games.

They have conceded nice goals in their last three games after being humbled by Mbombela United 2-0, Amazulu 4-0 and Royal Eagles, who beat them 3-2 this past weekend.

However, club boss Prins says there is no need to the press panic buttons despite the club's poor performances so far.

"Ian Gorowa is still our coach,” he tells KickOff.com. "There are no plans to replace him.

"It’s just unfortunate we have not been getting good results, but he is a good coach,” he added.

Following the Fifa international break, the Dube Birds face a tough fixture as they play host to current NFD table-toppers Baroka FC.






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