Felele247.com have scooped that Tanzanian 🇹🇿 outfit Simba SC have reportedly sacked their head coach Franco Martin after the domestic poor runs of form, but the former Real Madrid assistant manager refused to sign the acknowledgement letter of his dismissal.
The Spaniard joined the mainland capital club in May 2021, with elimination from the CAF Confederation Cup by South Africa’s 🇿🇦 Seadogs Buccaneers Orlando Pirates and their recent form in the domestic league the club have no choice than to terminate his contract.
In a statement made available to Felele247.com which reads “Simba Sports Club has reached an agreement to mutually part ways with our head coach Pablo Franco Martin,”
“We thank coach Pablo for the success achieved during his tenure with the club where he won the Mapinduzi Cup and reached the quarter-final of the Caf Confederation Cup.
“In his absence, the team will be under coach Selemani Matola until the end of the season.”
The club also opted to part ways with the team’s fitness coach who arrived with Franco Martin.
“Furthermore, the club has reached a mutual agreement to part ways with our fitness coach Daniel De Castro Reyes,” Simba confirmed.
“Simba Sports Club wishes them all the best in their future endeavours. They will always remain part of the Simba family.”
But in his response the head coach insisted that he has no plan in leaving the club as of this moment
“I met with my bosses and we did not agree on some issues notably on new signings,” the 41-year-old was quoted as saying.
“On the same evening, I received a letter from the CEO [Barbara Gonzalez] informing me of my dismissal. However, I did not agree on some issues and I returned the letter for rectifications.”
The Spaniard has further insisted he had no plans to leave the club.
“I had no intentions of leaving Simba and had even secured my family a one-year Visa to stay in Tanzaniap,” he continued.
“Now that the team has decided, I am waiting for them to make amends as requested then I will sign the letter.”