The Orlando Pirates have confirmed the changes to their technical team following the conclusion of the 2021-22 season.
The Pirates have parted ways with assistant coach Fadlu Davids and head performance analyst Darian Wilken.
Davids will see his contract expire at the end of the month, with The Buccaneers saying he will not be renewed, while Wilken has expressed a desire to pursue a coaching opportunity.
Davids joined the club in 2019 as an assistant alongside Rhulani Mokwena under then-coach Milutin Sredojevic before acting as a deputy to Josef Zinnbauer and recently taking on an assistant coaching role alongside Mandla Ncikazi in June last year.
“Always professional and always disciplined in his approach, Mr Davids is leaving the club having performed his duties in an exemplary manner,” the club confirmed in a statement on Friday.
“Meanwhile … Mr. Wilken has expressed his intention to pursue coaching, which is a decision the club respects and supports. There is no doubt that one day he will be an asset to the South African football industry.
“On behalf of the club we would like to wish both Mr Davids and Mr Wilken well in their future endeavours.”
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Pirates confirm technical team changes – SABC Sport
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