Arrows coach Ertugral resigns
Absa Premiership side Golden Arrows announced on Monday that coach Muhsin Ertugral would step down from his position, a year after taking up the post at the Lamontville club.
The team said in a statement that Ertugral took this decision in view of the fact that results have not been forthcoming for the club despite the hard work and effort that he has invested in the position since the beginning of the season.
Ertugral said: “I took this decision in the best interest of the club. The current situation is not through lack of trying or anything like that.
"When results are not forthcoming it becomes a situation which one needs to be realistic about it, and make decisions which are for the good of the entire club. Sometimes a change can have a positive effect and change the fortunes of a club.
"This is a club which has great potential and I believe it is only a question of time before things improve. I have enjoyed my time here and worked well with the management and the players," said Ertugral.
"It is always difficult to make decisions such as these but I honestly believe I am acting in the best interests of everyone here and I know that there is appreciation for the fact that I have put the interests of the club first,” concluded the former Kaizer Chiefs, Ajax Cape Town coach.
Ertugral joined Arrows in October 2011.