Johnson and Platinum Stars have finally settled their differences and the coach is happy that the matter is over
Johnson revealed that this gives him the opportunity to focus on his job at Matsatsantsa without thinking of what could happen to his future as United coach.
“Everything was resolved earlier today [Wednesday] and I am happy that it’s all over. I can now focus on my new job at SuperSport without thinking about other teams,” Johnson told Goal.
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The 54-year-old Johnson handed his resignation letter to Dikwena a few days after United had parted ways with their long serving coach Gavin Hunt.
However, the Rustenburg-based side rejected his resignation and wanted him to stay on as the club coach after an impressive performance during the 2012/2013 season.
It is believed that there was a golden handshake involved in a settlement, but the former Sundowns assistant coach says no financial compensation was involved.
“No financial compensation was involved. Nothing like that at all,” he added.
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