All Stars confirm Taylor exit

NFD side Cape Town All Stars have parted ways with head coach Ian Taylor as well as the technical team.
 
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Cleopas Dube (Witbank Spurs)
Siyabonga Nomvethe (AmaZulu)
Siyanda Ngubo (Royal Eagles)
Nkosinathi Ndlovu (Baroka FC)
Maboke Matlakala (FC Cape Town)
Marc Van Heerden (AmaZulu)
Mbulelo Wambi (Vasco)
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