Chippa not looking for new coach
Chippa United has not yet started looking for new coach after parting ways with Manqoba Mngqithi.
CAPE TOWN - Chippa United said they have not yet started looking for another coach just yet.
On Wednesday, Manqoba Mngqithi surprisingly left his job as coach of the Phillipi-based team after two games.
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) newcomers lost their first home match to Free State Stars on Tuesday.
Chippa spokesperson Wanda Mbenguzana said they will stick with what they have for now.
"At the moment we are not looking at any coach. We are still sorting some issues before deciding on a new coach."
Mbenguzana said the losing their first two league games was not the main reason for Mngqithi's exit.
Chippa appointed Mngqithi in July after their coach Roger Sikhakhane asked for time off to sort out personal issues.
Meanwhile, Sundowns lost 2-1 to Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday night.
Moroka Swallows beat Ajax Cape Town 3-1 while defending champions Orlando Pirates were held to a goalless draw by SuperSport United.