Lamontville Golden Arrows Coach Steve “Koloi” Komphela has broken his silence on his leaked resignation letter at cash-strapped Bloemfontein Celtic.
Komphela left Celtic in December following months of instability and numerous strikes by players due to payment disputes.
An explosive letter painted a bleak picture of plummeting ethical standards and professionalism at the troubled PSL club.
According to the letter, Komphela says the dire financial situation has prompted him to use his own money to bail out the club. Komphela says he stands by contents of his letter, but was quick to slam those who leaked it.
“I don’t know who leaked that; it was very irresponsible. I was not supposed to have been put out in public. And unfortunately I’m an honest man, truthful. I can’t deny that yes that content is content that I shared with my principals. But whoever who took that in public lacks the understanding and does not respect privileged information. When you work in certain offices there’s highly sensitive information that goes past to you. You must have the temperament, the personality. But it happened and I can’t lie…I was just shocked that it happened.”
And @goldenarrowsfc1 coach Steve Komphela has broken his silence on his leaked explosive resignation letter as @Bloem_Celtic coach. Komphela says it was irresponsible to leak such privileged information at @OfficialPSL club. #sabcfs #sabcnews pic.twitter.com/czcPydU0xU
— Teboho Letshaba (@letshaba82) January 13, 2019
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