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the fans and players alike must be going through after coming so near to promotion once again.
anyway, that is football and I suppose that’s what makes it more entertaining — this unpredictability which makes you unsure of the outcome of a match until the final whistle is blown.
all the same, I would like to congratulate both Sky Battalion and warriors for a job well done.
Sky Battalion have been in great from day One and I am not surprised they are now in the big time. This is practically a new team after Super Kingdom (SK) from the B Division purchased Sky Battalion’s a division franchise at the start of the season.
These boys really deserved this glory after the hunger, commitment and determination they showed throughout the season.
warriors, on the other hand, showed what is called character in the way they won promotion amid such high drama. I mean, the Butha-Buthe police outfit never gave up in their fight to join the big league.
now that the league campaign has ended, my advice to both teams that won promotion is to start preparing for life in a completely different world.
To start with, both teams need to bolster their squads with a few experienced players if they are to survive the pressure that comes with playing in the premier league.
I would also advise them to start looking for sponsorship as it would be virtually impossible to operate in the league without resources.
Meanwhile, the relegation dogfight in the premier league is now getting interesting with Mphatlalatsane (15 points), Linare (19), Rovers (20), Likila United (20), LMPS (20) and Liphakoe (22) all fighting for survival with only four matches left before the season comes to an end.
Two teams are relegated at the end of the season and any of the aforementioned could find themselves going down come end of the campaign.