New TAFIC coach optimistic of success

Saul Chaminuka PIC. KEOAGILE BONANG
Saul Chaminuka PIC. KEOAGILE BONANG

FRANCISTOWN: New TAFIC coach, Saul Chaminuka is optimistic that the glory days at the club are back.

At a press conference at Cresta Thapama Hotel on Tuesday, the Zimbabwean tactician who coached clubs in his homeland, Swaziland and South Africa, said their plan this season is to qualify for the Mascom Top 8 cup.

Chaminuka also said TAFIC has assembled a squad of young and quality players who would be up to in the country’s elite league.

“We are here to compete and want to make the people of this city and all TAFIC supporters happy. We are a results oriented team with the right quality of players to compete for honours this season,” said Chaminuka.


TAFIC also unveiled kits that the club will wear this season and also paraded some of the players they signed.

The team signed players from Debswana First Division side, Eleven Angels, Mochudi Centre Chiefs, Jwaneng Galaxy among other clubs.

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