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#COACHES CONTINUE TO FALL

Wednesday saw the demise of yet another coach in the NFD as CT All Stars changed coaches for the 3rd time this season with Vladisla Heric making way from Brandon Truter.

Coaches in the NFD are being replaced at one coach per week at the moment, with only Jomo Sono (Cosmos), Themba Mafu (Spurs), Simo Dladla (Real Kings), Steve Barker (Stellenbosch FC, Sello Chokoe (TTM FC) and Ronnie Gabriel (Uthongathi FC) still at the helm of their clubs since the start of the season. 

NFD 2017/18 - WEEK 11 WRAP

BLACK LEOPARDS 2 MTHATHA BUCKS 0

Home side Black Leopards secured their first home win of the season to give new coach Ivan Minnaert the perfect start to his tenure at the club. The win puts the Limpopo side into the top 10 for only the second time in 8 outings. Coachless Bucks have not had a win in three matches now and have slipped just behind Leopards - to 11th.

RICHARDS BAY FC 0 WITBANK SPURS 0

NFD 2017/18 - WEEK 10 PREVIEW

HIGHLANDS PARK v STELLENBOSCH FC

A top of the table clash between two sides level on points and separated by goal difference. Between them they have spent 8 of the 9 weeks at the top of the log. The Lions of the North are in good form with an unbeaten run of 4 matches, while their visitors have failed to win or score a goal in their last 3 outings. Highlands have only ever beaten Stellenbosch FC (Vasco) once in five meetings.

RICHARDS BAY FC v MBOMBELA UNITED FC

NFD 2017/18 - WEEK 09 WRAP

UBUNTU CT FC 1 RICHARDS BAY FC 1

New Ubuntu coach Casey Prince picked up his first goal and his point since taking over from Roger Links, but it wasn’t enough to take the Cape side off the bottom of the log. Bailey had Ubuntu in front, but Muishond equalised for Richards Bay to see the sides share the spoils and stay in the relegation zone for yet another week.

 

BLACK LEOPARDS 0 HIGHLANDS PARK 1

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