Simba SC manager Sven Vandenbroeck, have reportedly left the Tanzanian champions Simba SC twenty four hours after leading the Dar E Salam to the group stage of the Caf Champions League, Felele247.com.ng understands.
The Dutch left on mutual consent according to a statement released by the on its social media pages.
“The Board of Directors of Simba SC announce to its members and fans that we have parted ways with our head coach Sven Vandenbroeck by mutual consent.
“Simba Sports Club thanks coach Sven for the success achieved during the time with the club, where we won the Tanzania Premier League, The FA Cup, The Community Shield and qualified for the Africa Caf Champions League.”
The club has also confirmed that assistant coach Selemani Matola will lead the team at the moment.
— Simba SC Tanzania English (@SimbaSC_EN) January 7, 2021
“In light of the above, assistant Coach Selemani Matola will hold the position vacated by Sven up until we announce a new person for role.
“We recognize that Sven will always be part of the Simba family. We wish him all the best in the future endeavours.”
Simba is home to Ugandan international midfielder Taddeo Lwanga who joined the club a couple of weeks ago.
Simba appointed the 41-year-old Belgian to take charge of the team in December 2019 after sacking Patrick Aussems a month earlier.
Aussems was relieved of his duties when the Wekundu wa Msimbazi claimed the Belgian left the club without official permission during the last international break.
The former AC Leopards tactician failed to further guide Simba SC in the Caf Champions League as they faltered against UD Songo of Mozambique in the preliminary round.