Arrows part ways with Larsen

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  • Post published:December 27, 2018

Golden Arrows have announced that the club have parted ways with head coach Clinton Larsen with immediate effect.

The Durban-based side went into the Christmas break occupying 11th place on the Absa Premiership standings with 16, four points above the relegation play-off position after claiming just three wins, seven draws and five defeats in their 16 league games.

Larsen spent three years at the club, having guided them to a ninth place finish in 2015-16 campaign, while helping them secure eighth place twice in the seasons that followed.

The club have released the following statement on the matter, which reads:

‘Lamontville Golden Arrows would like to announce that we have parted ways with head coach Clinton Larsen by mutual agreement between both parties.’

‘After careful consideration, both the club and Clinton agree that this is in the best interest of both parties for the relationship to end with immediate effect.

‘Clinton has been totally professional in his approach to his work, and in parting ways we wish him all the best for his future. Clinton responded by sincerely thanking the chairlady, management, technical staff and players at the club for the time that he spent at the helm of a young and exciting team and wished them well for the rest of the season.’