Kosta Papic the ex-Hearts of Oak coach has parted ways with Black Leopards 2 months out of the 2-year contract he has with the side.
24 hours after the Serbian coach left Hearts of Oak he was appointed Technical Director of the South African Premier Soccer League.
His stay at the Phobians lasted only 73 days before moving to South Africa to be the head of the Black Leopards.
He returned to his Black Leopards where he was their head coach from 2013 to 2016.
Papic was named Technical Director and first-team head coach by the club on his appointment.
On Wednesday according to sources, the Serbian Coach gave out his resignation letter.
The leopards are at the bottom of the League table with just 13 points and Papic is leaving according to Soccerzela.
The Ex-Hearts Of Oak coach is expected to join another struggling league side chippa United who are just 4 points ahead of his current team Black Leopards.
After recording 7 losses he managed to win 2 games for the club.
The Ex-Hearts Of Oak coach has worked with clubs in Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania, and South Africa.
He has previously worked with Lobi Stars, Enyimba FC, Enugu Rangers, Maritzburg United, Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs, Young Africans SC, Chippa United, Black Leopards, and Polokwane City.