‘Bo­ganda­ganda’ not in­tim­i­dated by log lead­ers

Observer on Saturday - - Sport -

Matsapha United coach Rod­well Dh­lakama is not in­tim­i­dated by fac­ing MTN league log lead­ers Green Mamba.

Green Mamba will visit Matsapha at the Nsukuwan­suku Sta­dium at Mh­lume to­day.

The coach said dur­ing the pre-match meet­ing yes­ter­day that they were well pre­pared for the game and would not want to lose in front of their home fans.

Dh­lakama said they were look­ing to use this match to turn the cor­ner af­ter a hec­tic first round which has left them lan­guish­ing at the bot­tom of the ta­ble.

“We are cur­rently in a rel­e­ga­tion spot and need to climb out soon.

A run of good games start­ing to­mor­row should be enough to get us out of the dan­ger zone,” he said.

His team cap­tain Si­fiso Dlamini said

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Sthat they were not afraid of Green Mamba, es­pe­cially af­ter see­ing them fall to a Su­per League side in the Ing­wenyama Cup round of 32.

Also present dur­ing the brief­ing were Royal Leop­ard coach Ed­win Mat­se­bula and his Moneni Pi­rates coun­ter­part Terisayi Changara. Both coaches said they were ready for their league meet­ing billed for 2pm at the Mavuso Sports Cen­tre in Manzini.

LET THE BEST COACH WIN: Matsapha United coach Rod­well Dh­lakama and Green Mamba’s coach Caleb Ng­wenya.

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