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Not all is well - Shakes

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MBABANE – National team coach Ephraim shakes Mashaba has admitted that things are not well at the Sihlangu camp.

In an interview with the coach yesterday, he said things were not going according to plan and that the problems were mainly related to the players

. He said even though they were trying hard to focus on their preparations, it was difficult with the ongoing conduct by some of the players.
He however said there was no use in whining over the problems but to continue making use of what is available at this stage.

“The issue about our players is a major concern. The problem we have here is three fold; the first is players who totally shun the call up or those available conducting themselves in an undesirable manner whilst at camp. The other problem is that of the employed players who are refused leave by the employers and also the scholars who are only available in the evening sessions,” he said.

When asked on the replacement of the suspended players, the coach said the Football Association is dealing with the matter.
“From what I know the players are still to appear before a disciplinary before the FA and that will assist in finding out what prompted the players to behave in the way they did. We will then meet to discuss the replacement of these players,” he said.

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