Ghana goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda will be playing under a new manager when he returns to South Africa after the international break.
This follows the resignation of Kosta Papic after just three months in charge of the Chilli Boys.
The former Hearts of Oak coach left because of the club’s technical structure which is against his wish.
“The club politics made me resign. They have appointed a technical director to be involved in the first team,” Papic was quoted by EWNSports.
Papic is the third PSL coach to quit his job in the last few days. It must be recalled that Ghanaian coach, David Duncan also left South African side, Free State Stars in 2009 because of the same development.
Dauda joined Chippa United a few weeks ago on a two-year deal from Orlando Pirates. It is unclear whether the appointment of a new coach would affect his chances of keeping the post regularly.