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Former Hearts & Kotoko coach Ernst Middendorp parts ways with Cape Town Spurs after relegation

German manager Ernst Middendord has mutually agreed to part ways with South African side Cape Town Spurs after the club were relegated from the Dstv Championship.

The former Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko trainer joined Spurs in November, with the team winnless before his appointment in the league.

However, 6 months down the line, the veteran manager failed to steer Cape Town spurs to safety in the South African top-flight, finishing bottom with 23 points after 30 games.

Middendord, who replaced Shaun Bartlett in the helm for Cape Town, has a managerial career spanning 38 years across the globe.

The CEO of the club, Alexi Efstathiou, announced the departure of the manager on Monday, with Cape Town Spurs preparing for life in the Motsepe Foundation Championship.

Meanwhile, Middendord had a brief stint as head coach at Accra Hearts of Oak in 2004, one which was preceded by a 3-year stay at Kumasi Asante Kotoko from 1999-2002.


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