News out of Ikamva confirms that Andries Ulderink has resigned as Ajax Cape Town coach.
The event follows closely after Futaa had reported that Ulderink informed the club he will be leaving Ajax at the end of the season. Ajax announced today’s sudden resignation via social media.
“🚨Breaking News🚨. Andries Ulderink resigns with immediate effect as head coach of Ajax Cape Town. Story to follow,” posted the club.
🚨Breaking News🚨— Ajax Cape Town (@ajaxcapetown) January 31, 2020
Andries Ulderink resigns with immediate effect as head coach of Ajax Cape Town.
Story to follow... pic.twitter.com/T2KQHQNEDZ
The Dutchman had Ajax flying on top of the Glad Africa Championship with a two-point lead and a game in hand. Ulderink joined Ajax last season after Muhsin Ertugral stepped down early on.
Experienced assistant coach Calvin Marlin is expected to lead the team away at Free State Stars this weekend. Ajax now have 11 more games to fulfil the dream of returning to Mzansi's elite division.