ECCO thump TAFIC 10-0

Walk of shame: TAFIC players walk off the pitch after their 10- 0 friendly defeat to ECCO City Greens on Saturday. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG
Walk of shame: TAFIC players walk off the pitch after their 10- 0 friendly defeat to ECCO City Greens on Saturday. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG

FRANCISTOWN: TAFIC assistant coach, Mmoloki Sechele has said the club will look to sign no less than six players during the current transfer window after watching his team succumb to a 10-0 friendly match defeat to ECCO City Greens on Saturday.

“We need to strengthen each department because the whole team looked vulnerable for most part of the first half of the season. Bringing in around six players, maybe two in each department will help us improve our position in the league,” Sechele said.

TAFIC are 12th in the First Division North league.

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