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MBABANE – Mbabane Swallows inspirational captain Tony ‘TT’ Tsabedze has assured the nation that they will fight to the end in Zambia in their bid to hoist the country’s flag.

Addressing His Majesty King Mswati III, who was represented by acting Ludzidzini Governor TV Mtetwa, Minister of Sports, Culture and Youth Affairs David ‘Cruiser’ Ngcampahalala, acting Director of Sports Mabuyengilandi Zeeman, Ludzidzini Libandla members, NFAS Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Frederick Mngomezulu, Premier League of Swaziland (PLS) CEO John Mazibuko and the media, Tsabedze said they were on a mission to redeem the country’s tainted image.

“We were taught when we were growing up that before one leaves on a particular journey, that person must take time to inform the elders and bid them farewell so that the trip could be a safe and enjoyable one. As Mbabane Swallows we have done just that and we have confidence that we will not disappoint the nation.

“We have been to Zambia a couple of times and know exactly what to expect. Preparations have gone on well and we are confident we will not disappoint the nation. We are fully aware that we will not be representing just Mbabane Swallows but the country,” said the fiery left footed winger.
Swallows acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sibusiso Manana said the nation should keep them in their prayers as they attempt to overcome what to the laymen may appear to be mission impossible.

“The nation should know that we are not going to Zambia to merely play but we want to compete and do so effectively. It is prayers we are asking for from the nation. We know that without prayer, we cannot make it,” he said. Scorer of Swallows’ crucial equaliser during the first leg clash, Felix Badenhorst said they were ready to fight and make the country proud.
“Every player is focussed and we want to prove to the Zambians that we can also play football. We will not be distracted by anything,” he assured.

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