David Mandigora’s tenure as Triangle head coach has come to an end after the club decided not to renew his contract.
Mandigora joined Triangle on a one year contract following the departure of Kelvin Kaindu.However the former Dynamos head coach had a disappointing season with Lowveld side despite managing to avoid the relegation zone.
Triangle finished in 11th place with 38 points a pale shadow compare to the 4th place finish they achieved in 2015.
Mandigora confirmed his departure in an interview with the Herald, “I can confirm that Triangle Football club will not be renewing my contract for next season he said.
Mandigora becomes the third coach to lose his job in the off season with Chapungu recently letting go of the long serving John Nyikadzino while Harare City opted not to renew Moses Chunga’s contract.