Motlakase’s poor start worries Tswapong region


PALAPYE: The Tswapong Region Football Association (TRFA) has expressed concern over, beMOBILE Premiership side, Motlakase’s poor perfomance in the opening games.

Chouka are stuck at the bottom of the log with one point from a possible 21, having conceded 19 goals and scoring only three times. This is Motlakase’s worst start since they were promoted to the Premiership five seasons ago.

TRFA chairman, Fobby Radipotsane told the regional football body’s meeting that they are anxious about Motlakase’s position. He said their wish is to increase the number of teams competing in the top leagues. “As a region our aim is to be competitive and have more teams competing in the Premiership and First Division. Our region is growing and our football must also grow.

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