Tomorrow sees our beloved Matjimenyenga Boys take on Gaborone United at the Molepolole Sports Complex.
It is my sincere belief that Tafic management, technical team, the players and the supporters are all looking forward to a positive result from the tedious trip to Molepolole. I know for some it is hard to keep believing coming from three defeats in a row, but we all have got to if the red flag is to fly high and proud again. Coach Changwe and the boys need our backing. My hope is that those who won’t make the trip to the Bakwena capital will catch the game on TV or radio. I am hoping it will be broadcast one way or the other.
It is an open secret that our club runs on a shoe string budget and this obviously has an effect on the team’s performance. It is with this in mind that I call on Tafic supporters to become shareholders in the club. This will not only help with the club’s cash flow but give them a chance to have a say in the decision making process.
Complaining about things from a distance won’t help Tafic in any way. Chairman Humphrey Nawa and his management team are willing to take time and explain things to all who may have misgivings about investing money in the club. We cannot afford to let the U Ndi Pe Ndi Ku Pe brand down. Let’s work together and pull forward as a team because; Together, Each Achieves More.
And last but not least lets all pray and believe that God will help us a the team strives to turn things around for the better
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