Mmegi Online :: Satmos ready for Premier League battle
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Satmos ready for Premier League battle

SELEBI-PHIKWE: The Managing Director of FC Satmos, Mooketsi China Mading has vowed that his team is not going into the beMOBILE Premier League to add numbers but to compete.
By Staff Writer Tue 11 Dec 2018, 03:17 am (GMT +2)
Mmegi Online :: Satmos ready for Premier League battle








Mading was speaking to Mmegi Sport on the sidelines of their weekend game against Jwaneng Comets, which ended in a scoreless draw.The draw means 'The Cheetahs' have been promoted to the elite league for the 2013/2014 season where they will rub shoulders with the likes of Township Rollers, Gaborone United (GU), Nico United, Mochudi Centre Chiefs and others.Satmos secured promotion due to an away goal rule following a 1-1 draw a fortnight ago.Mading said his players were playing under pressure and the crowd that turned up at Selebi-Phikwe Stadium intimidated them.

He added that it was the first time they played before such a crowd. Following promotion they would go back to the drawing board and beef up the squad, Mading said, adding that they would be entering a difficult era and they should be ready for it. He warned that anyone underrating Satmos, as pushovers would be doing so at their own peril.Satmos has done what most teams are not able to do; staying only oneseason in the Premier League and staying another season in the First Division-North. He promised fans that the boys would work to stay for good in the top league this time around. "We

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are still looking for some businesses that can assist the team with finance. We have been faced with financial challenges during our stay in the First Division and may be our promotion, to the Premier League, will encourage sponsors to take us seriously and partner with us," he said.Last year saw Satmos getting sponsorship of P18, 000 from Swedish company, Hydroscand Hose and Fluid Connectors. 

The sponsorship was used for fuel expenses, jerseys playing kits, soccer boots and balls for the 2012/2013 season. Mading said running a football team is tough especially when there is no sponsorship. He said that they had it tough in the lower division having to travel long distances and getting a sponsorship will mean a lot to the side.He stated that for them to get good players they should be having enough money to pay them. Mading said they would go out and buy quality players.

All these years, Mading has been managing to buy players and he has vowed to continue where he left off.Mading is the owner/coach assisted by Kgosietsile Jacob. He also urged supporters to continue rallying behind the team because now they are needed more than ever before.

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