High flying Debswana Division One North leaders, Tafic Football Club, seem to be already preparing for life in the BTC Premiership with just half of the matches played so far.
According to the club’s Chairperson, Carlos Sebina, preparing for the tough premier league football has begun in earnest.
“We decided to rope in business minded people into our committee because we intend to stay in the premier league for a very long time,” Sebina said in an exclusive interview.
He said new additions in the committee were also made necessary after various members resigned last year.
“Our Vice Chairman Carlos Motaung resigned on December 7th and we roped in Ofentse Justice Motlogelwa to help us realise the vision we have for the club,” Sebina said.
He said they have also managed to bring together club elders and veteran players who all have a role to play in the imminent Matjimenyenga revival.
“A former player, Osenyeng Bashin Tsenang, has also been roped in as a Technical Manager and we believe his knowledge of the club’s culture will add value to the technical team,” Sebina said.
“To survive in the premier league the club needs a strong leadership, we need people who’ll put the interests of the club first. I believe the team that we have now will complete a successful campaign in the first division and turn the team into a formidable premier league side,” concluded the ambitious Chairman, whose side lead the Northern division by four points at the halfway point of the season.
However, with 11 games remaining, there is still much to play for.