In the last few weeks, it was becoming increasingly inevitable that Joel Masutha would part ways with Motsepe Foundation Championship side Black Leopards, as the results were clearly not forthcoming.
The former Leopards coach has been struggling to attain results ever since the start of the season, and the downward spiral had to eventually come to an end.
Masutha confirmed to ThisIsFootball.Africa last week, that he had parted ways with Lidoda Duvha and indicated that he had to leave so that he can further his coaching studies during the FIFA World Cup.
As first it was reported in the media that Masutha could possibly be heading to take over the reins at Venda Football Academy. ThisIsFootball.Africa has also gathered that the coach is currently talking to a host of clubs including VFA.
This publication understands that the former Chippa United coach is eager to continue his managerial career, and is certain to have offers in the coming weeks.
“I cannot confirm the Venda Football Academy job, what I can say is he’s currently talking to a few clubs, including VFA,” a close source to the coach told ThisIsFootball.Africa.
The Limpopo side are now led by Simo Dladla, who was appointed head coach in October to succeed former coach Michael Loftman.
VFA are second from the bottom in the Motsepe Foundation Championship table, they have only won three games, drawn one and lost eight so far this season.