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MBABANE – A section of Manzini Wanderers supporters are plotting to formulate a new task team.

According to highly-placed sources at the team, supporters have mandated the disbanded task team led by former sole Director Sikebhe Dlamini to convene an urgent meeting with the National Supporters Committee (NSC).

Information gathered is to the effect that a section of the team supporters want the task team to be formulated as soon as possible to assist salvage the situation at Wanderers.

A task team is a group of supporters mandated to salvage ongoing crisis at that particular moment.
They formulate a working plan and set a specific period of time in which they plan to have completed the task at hand.

The last time Wanderers formulated a task team was in 2018 when they wanted co-directors in Sandile ‘Chief’ Dlamini, Peter Mathaba and the late Reverend Percy Mngomezulu to step down and facilitate the takeover of South Africa-based businessman Mehluli Nhlengetfwa.


“We have called an urgent meeting tomorrow (today) with the NSC to formulate a task team as the situation is very bad at the team. We have lost faith in the current management committee (MC) and they should resign because they have failed to cater for the welfare of the players,” said a former task team member.

Sources allege that there is an exodus of players at the hub giants because the situation is getting out of control and the task team is aimed at addressing this challenge.

“There is a constitutional provision that gives us the power to appoint a task team when there is a crisis at the club. The task team will have to look at the players’ welfare,” said a source.
Secretary of the disbanded task team Muzi Mahlalela confirmed having called an urgent meeting of this nature when drawn for comment.
“Yes, we have called an urgent meeting with the NSC to start between 5pm and 6pm tomorrow (today) at the Manzini Wanderers offices,” said the former secretary briefly.

He said the meeting was aimed at addressing pressing issues at the team.
NSC Chairman Mduduzi ‘Mr G’ Ginindza was also sought for comment and first denied knowledge of the meeting.

When further pressed, Ginindza said his concern in publishing negative issues was that it derailed progress of the team and it fuelled infighting.
“This will bring a lot of harm to the team, we are now working on the issue of directorship and the potential candidates will become skeptical if they learn of such issues,” he said.

He then requested supporters to be patient and said elders will soon give them the right person for a director. He asked that elders be respected until the process was completed and said they would soon call them to address them as a Manzini Wanderers family.

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