Erol Akbay has revealed his next move after resigning at the South Africa National First Division side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzhivhandila.
The Dutchman was in charge for only a month, guiding the team on three occasions. He had signed a three month contract until January.
Speaking to Kick-Off.com, the former Highlanders and Ngezi Platinum coach said that unprofessionalism at the Limpopo- based club pushed him to resign.
“There were too many different things about the professionalism in the club, so I decided to stop here,” he said.
“I coached three games, but the last one the coach was actually him (TTM owner Lawrence Mulaudzi) rather than me.
“Because he decided which players have to play, he decided which players have to be out. And the assistant coach (Lucky Nelukau) was doing what he was telling… because the assistant coach is his friend.”
On his next move, Akbay said he wants to return to Netherlands but the club hasn’t paid him yet.
“I’m still waiting for them to handle their money issue, but they are running away.
“It’s two months salary and the tickets to Netherlands, so I can go back home, and a winning bonus. That’s what they have to pay and then I go.”