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A START OF BETTER THINGS TO COME – ‘PROFESSOR’

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(At Somhlolo National Stadium)

LOBAMBA – A joyous Mbabane Highlanders coach, Mlungisi ‘Professor’ Ngubane has described the 6-0 win over hapless Midas City as a start of better things to come for the fallen country’s football aristocrats.


The South African mentor said after acquiring the services of the two countrymen, Thabiso Mokenkoane and Mthobisi Mngomezulu, who both scored a brace apiece, the jigsaw puzzle was being completed at the ‘Black Bull’ kraal.


“We have been missing strikers who can finish off the chances we were creating and the two boys came in and scored two goals each. We just need a good winger now but I am happy with our performance tonight,” he said.


He said the win over Midas City irrespective of their form and position, was important for Highlanders.
“We need the win to bring back belief in the team and also make our supporters happy as they have been supporting us throughout,” he added.


Inspite of being mathematically one game away from being relegated, Midas City coach, Isaiah ‘Ice’ Dlamini though admitting subtly was still adamant his side can fight to live another day.


“I think we started wrongly, wanting to beat Highlanders yet we should have played our normal game. I don’t think we will make it but I won’t throw in the towel yet, we still have six games to play,” Dlamini said, obviously clutching at straws.

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