On Monday Centre Chiefs travelled to Francistown for a date with Tafic.

Most of the senior players didn’t go with the team because we were resting. Contrary to what people think we were not mourning our Saturday loss. The boys did well with just five senior players guiding them. We still managed to end the league in style. So it is not like we were selling the game.


Just like I said last week back to back games are tricky.

We lost on the away goal rule, we can’t say it is injustice because we equally had an opportunity to get an away goal and couldn’t. I scored a header once more but in the end it didn’t help us that much. We also missed a lot of chances which happens in football.

As they say you can’t buy experience, maybe the coach has seen that we need players with experience.

I think people must appreciate that we worked hard to have experienced players. Next year’s AFCON qualification is a two legged game and it needs experience not that youngsters can’t play but you don’t just rush them.


We won’t be playing this coming weekend at club level and I will surely be with family resting and preparing for next weekend.

We don’t normally get this kind of weekends so we must utilize the one we get. I hear there will be the Fighters and Santos game which may just determine the last top 8 place.


Obviously nobody can celebrate a loss, we were all hurt and the mood in camp was not good at all.

As players we however have to bounce back and win games for the team, for ourselves and everybody. We know our fans were also hurt, it happens in football but we have since recovered.


For me personal glory doesn’t count that much. I am happy that the golden boot award is at Chiefs between Mara Moloi and myself.

We will surely be glad to share it as local strikers. It shows we worked hard. Mara has been exceptional this season and he deserves to win any award, his call up to the national team bears testimony to that.