The end of the first round was a disaster of some sort for our beloved club with some players missing training and a section of supporters making it clear that they want the players paid.
As the New year starts and we await the start of the second round hoping for better things on the field of play everyone at Tafic is working hard to make that hope a reality.
This dream can only be realized if some cash comes into the club.
Each of us may have their own interpretation of the situation and come to their own conclusions but the reality is there is no money.
Management and supporters have to work together to solve this problem which if not handled properly can destroy our beloved Matjimenyega.
I want to believe that all linked with the club would like to see it do well.
For this reason there is no need for fussing and fighting.
And as I write this only one of our players has expressed the wish to move.
The chairman has however assured us that the player is not one of the Zimbabwean pair of Oudience and Tafadzwa.
I know a lot of things in football can change fast but my hope and I guess yours too is for those players and others to stay at the club.
The hope is that the proposed broadcasting deal between SuperSport and the Premier League will bring in some money and give Tafic and other financially challenged clubs the necessary boost.
And as we wait for the second round to kick off in the backdrop of the AFCON finals in South Africa lets all work hard to iron out the petty politics and strive to take this club to the next level.
U ndi pe Ndi ku pe!! , Today, tomorrow and forever!