Caps United coach Harrison resigns

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CAPS United coach Mark Harrison has resigned.
Harrison leaves the Castle Premiership side after just 13 matches and is believed to be headed back to South Africa.
His assistant Mark Mathe has been thrust into the acting coach position until the end of the season and will be assisted by Brenna Msiska.
Caps board chairman Lewis Uriri said the Briton had stated, in his resignation letter, that his professional life had been injured by the crisis at Caps.
“He cited the damage to his personal and professional life occasioned by the unfortunate operating environment prior to the appointment of the present board at Caps United FC during the first four months of his tenure.”
Uriri added: “Additionally, Harrison has taken into account certain personal and professional imperatives that he feels he cannot compromise on.
“The Board of Caps United Football Club (Private) Limited wishes Harrison the best in his future endeavours.
“The Board of Caps United wishes to advise that Mark Mathe takes over as caretaker Coach until the end of the season. He will be assisted by Brenna Msiska.”Advertisement