Golden Arrows players warm up before a match at Princes Magogo Stadium. Photo: Gerhard Duraan/BackpagePix

DURBAN - Lamontville Golden Arrows have officially parted ways with their chief executive officer (CEO), Gordon Masondo.

The former Mpumalanga Black Aces CEO joined Abafana Bes'thende in 2016. He spent two years at the Durban-based club.

Masondo confirmed the news this afternoon that he is no longer with Arrows.

"Yes it is true that I'm no longer with Arrows. We parted ways amicably. I don't want to state reasons for my departure," Masondo explained.

"I love Arrows and I will forever be grateful for the opportunity they afforded me. 

" My time was joyful and I learned a lot during my tenure. My wish is to see the team finishing and the top 8 and continue with the good job of promoting young players

Arrows are battling to keep their Premier Soccer League status. They are languishing in 12th on the log with 27 points after 24 matches.

"I have no doubt that people I left behind will do a sterling job," Masondo added. "I want to connect with my family while plotting my next move. 

"Arrows will always be in my heart and if an opportunity to go back and work with Arrows in future I won't let it pass."

IOL Sport

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