Kavazovic's exit had nothing to do with attack - Zakhem

Gaborone United (GU) director, Nicholas Zakhem has said Serbian coach, Nikola Kavazovic was already on his way out of the club, and was not pushed out after fans bayed for his blood in Jwaneng recently.

Kavazovic fired several parting shots after he was nearly manhandled by supporters following GU’s 1-0 loss to Jwaneng Galaxy in the Mascom Top 8 quarterfinal first leg. He accused the club’s hierarchy of anarchy, and said some of them were perennially drunk.

Police had to be called in to escort the coach in Jwaneng, with allegations that some club committee members, including chairperson, Boitumelo Nsunge, had instigated the attack. Nsunge has since refuted the allegations in the local media. But Kavazovic poured out during an interview with South Africa’s renowned sports presenter, Robert Marawa, alleging that a group of drunkards, amongst them club committee members, had tried to assault him.

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