Magosi finally return home

Happy return: Chiefs are back at River Plate after a 25-year absence PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Happy return: Chiefs are back at River Plate after a 25-year absence PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Mochudi Centre Chiefs finally returned home last weekend when they played Red Sparks at River Plate ground in a Debswana First Division South League match.

The Kgatleng giants won by a solitary goal to stay on course for a return to the Premier League. Magosi last played at the ground over 25 years ago before they rose to stardom and went on to win four Premier League titles. Since they were relegated to the lower division, Magosi have been playing most of their home matches in Ramonaka. Recently they hosted some of their games at Mochudi Rovers ground.

The club management recently admitted that playing their home matches far away from their home ground negatively affected the attendance of their matches. The club’s spokesperson, Jabu Mookodi has said the club's return to its home ground was filled with mixed emotions. He said on the positive side, the feeling was out of this world and rekindled good memories for those who were there at the time.

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