TAFIC closer to lowest point

Moving closer to relegation: TAFIC PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Moving closer to relegation: TAFIC PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

FRANCISTOWN: TAFIC, one of the biggest clubs in the country, will need a miracle to survive in the First Division (FDN) league.

Matjimenyenga have in recent years been alternating between the Premier League and the FDN but this time around they are on the brink of being dumped to the regional league, the lowest point in the club's rich history.

Should TAFIC go down to the regional league, the development will mean that for the first time since the inception of the First Division League (now Premier League) in 1972, the club will be playing regional football.

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