Lehlohonolo Seema walks away from Polokwane City

Lehlohonolo Seema has quit his post as head coach of Polokwane City.

The former Bloemfontein Celtic, Chippa United and Golden Arrows boss had done a superb job with Rise and Shine this season.

The promoted club started their DStv Premiership campaign in fine form with some big results, and they sit in sixth place on the league standings after 12 games.

But he has now shocked supporters by handing in his resignation – to reportedly take over at Sekhukhune United, who parted ways with head coach Brandon Truter last week.

Seema told Sunday World: “I submitted my resignation on Sunday night.

“I am not at liberty to discuss why I left the club. I resigned because of personal reasons.

“All that I can say is that we are happy with the job that we did at the club.

“The club is number six on the log table and we were doing well when you compare us with big clubs like Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.

“We used players from the amateur leagues, and they did very well for us.

“The club is in a good position, but as for me, I am back at home with my family and looking for a job.”