Rookies eye LDF scalp
Premiership rookies, Kick4life, want to add more misery on LDF when the two sides clash at ratjomose Barracks on saturday.
LDF were knocked out of the LNIG Top8 tournament by matlama last saturday, and Kick4life coach, motlalepula majoro, believes his charges would also get the better of the army-side in saturday’s league tie.
“We didn’t have any games over the past two weeks, which gave us a chance to prepare for this tough match against LDF,” majoro said.
“We are in 10th place on the 14team table, and considering this is our first year in the topflight league, my boys have done pretty well so far.
“From the start, our target was to avoid relegation, which i believe we have already achieved considering the points we have accumulated. “
The aim now is to continue working hard on our game and improve our position on the table.
“i have very disciplined players who have made it relatively easy for me, and with their positive attitude, they can only get better as they become more and more accustomed to Premier League football.
“As for the weekend match, we are more than ready for LDF and have a plan to cause an upset as